Well my landlord got back to me with this response:
"You are right that it is good to be cautious regarding the well water. The good news is that if it was going to be a problem, this is the summer that it would probably show up. This is the driest summer that I can remember in a long time. Thankfully, the spring that supplies the water to the well down there is a pretty good spring. All that being said, it is probably prudent to conserve water whenever you can. The only way to know for sure how the water is doing is to unscrew and remove the green well cover that is in the back yard. I screwed it down when you guys moved in because I didn't want to have to worry about the kids being tempted to explore that. I guess I would recommend that you be mindful to conserve water whenever you can during this dry spell. Again, the fact that it hasn't been an issue as of yet is probably a good sign."
So thank you all for the heads up and all the good advice. :-) Like I said, we are new to this whole "well water" usage and I've been reminding my husband that just because we have a well, and don't pay for water doesn't mean that it will never run out. We have to be more cautious with how we use it now more than ever, especially since we always had city water. Still, I love living out here in the "country". This is definitely our best move yet and I hope we're here for the next 5+ years AT LEAST. It's just so peaceful. Now if I can only get my hands on some land so start my own real farm. LOL I'd love to add goats, pigs, maybe even a horse. I never in a million years thought my landlord would be open to the idea of letting us have these chickens - but he agreed when I told him I'd be staying with a small flock of no more 5-6 chickens. I still have my 4 chickens and haven't caught the Morefowl Disease thats been going around. ;-)
I am LOVING this weather! Too bad I have to get back to work and will be stuck inside for the next three hours. Bleh