Last night I had texts from New York, Texas and California asking if I was okay in the storms. People I've never even met in real life - worried about me. You guys are so sweet.
We had some heavy rain, damaging winds, lots of hail and flooding, but no tornadoes. Thank goodness. Scary stuff those tornadoes.
The TV is full of news from Moore, OK. I had to stop watching yesterday afternoon when they reached the school and started pulling out kids. I didn't want to see them pull out a body, plus it seemed like a very, very personal thing to broadcast on TV. I just didn't want to see anyone before a family member even got to see them.
This morning I felt guilty laying in my warm bed and got up to see what the news was saying now. Terrible stuff.
These photos were all taken from my front yard in a span of five minutes. It changed really fast. T hat first one made the whole neighborhood an eerie green color. I know before a tornado comes, the skies get green, but this was different than that. It was pretty, but scary too.
This photo is all over Facebook today. Normally, I hate these sort of cheesy signs because you know I DO love my junk. But, today, it is so true.
Stay safe, my friends.