Humidity is high, I am in Florida.
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I've seen some good ideas here, and thank you everyone for suggesting them. Was in a hurry, and haven't watered it for a couple weeks because work kept me away. So far one of the leaves dropped off as a sacrifice to the dehydration. (I'm a terrible hero) However, the remaining leaf hasn't changed, and there are still some living roots. While trimming I may have accidentally trimmed a root that showed some green after cutting. I went with the bag method as that seemed to be a favorite technique for some of you. I put my scissors to flame before trimming, and gathered a handful of sphagnum moss. The moss was soaked in distilled water, and I placed it in a clear container and put that in a bag. The bag is inflated with CO2. Tell me if this setup Looks good. It's in my kitchen which I think gets the most indirect sunlight.