Thanks everyone! I'm exhausted but definitely relieved. I just spent three hours putting mom's house back in order. When you leave your home in an emergency and in a panic...you tend not to leave it in any good order, especially since they were trying to put everything valuable up as high as possible.
The utilities have been reconnected and the landlord has given her the green light to move back in. So, we'll move her, my sister and my sister's turtle back into the house tomorrow. They were all anxious to get home and wanted to move back in today but the heat had been off for a few days and the house was still so musty that Dh and I decided to leave them where they were for another day so we could do clean up and try to air the place out.
The only loss in the house was all of her refrigerated food and freezer food. She'd just been shopping to stock up and fill her freezer so it was a significant loss but I know it's nothing compared to the losses some have suffered.
Tomorrow we tackle the garage. I got in there today and saw exactly what damage flood waters can do. It's a disaster...we've lost so many things that were stored in the garage, but, we do know we're incredibly lucky and we're trying to hold on to that.