It all started out like a normal week, Monday wasn’t too bad, actually it was pretty nice. Then we got a weather alert that was a Winter Storm Warning for Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. I saw on the TV thingy that all of the stores were sold out of bread, milk and toilet paper. Tuesday wasn’t that bad, but it was cold. The weather guessers missed it by a day and most of the storm arrived Wednesday morning.
Here’s what I was looking at out my front window as the snow was piling up. You can see our lake in the distance. We didn’t see many of the geese around but we did hear them honking. All in all we got about 7 inches of snow. I know that’s not a lot compared to what some of you had, but down here that’s a lot of snow.
Then, something else were not used to happened late in the day on Valentine’s Day.
Yep, we had an earthquake several miles to the south of us. We were all sitting in the living room watching the TV thingy and things started to shake. My Dad thought it was a jet coming in slow and low (we are fairly close to our airport) because that’s what it sounded like. But this one rattled the windows and the candles and glow globes on the fireplace mantle. We know some of our pals have had that kind of shaking before, but this was sure new for us!
So, after the strange week last week, now we’re supposed to have temps in the 60s and 70s F this week. Hey, that’s lots better than the snow shakes! Have a great week everyone. Remember, adopt cats, we deserve it!!!!! More Forever Homes More Often! Purrrrr! Zip! Later!