That was a heck of a storm that hit our area yesterday, I heard there may have been 6-12 tornadoes that actually touched down, and from what I hear, there wasn’t one fatality.
The safest place yesterday was at Cowboys Stadium . . . touchdowns don’t happen there. #oldjokebutmodifed
I’m not sure if that first picture if fake or not, but I’m leaning towards fake.
The second picture is also from yesterday’s storm, it’s amazing to see two 18-wheeler trailers being tossed up in the air that high.
When the storm hit our area, WifeGeeding rounded up the kids and got into a closet underneath the stairs (why she didn’t round up the dogs I don’t know). I think Harry Potter kept them company. I was busy checking everything out on the back porch trying to get some decent blog material that didn’t materialize. We had a lot of hail, about quarter and half-dollar size, but that was about it. I’m sad to report my Altima is still functional.
I think other than some small dents on our vehicular, we more than likely have roof damage, and that’s small potatoes compared to what most folks in the area got.
It’s hard to justify a new car purchase when you work from home.
When DogGeeding was alive, storms always scared him. I have to admit, if felt good when it would start to storm and he would run to me for comfort. There’s something about someone running to you for protection that makes you feel like you have some worth in this world.
I never understood why a girls’ or woman’s basketball has to be smaller and lighter, it’s not like it’s that much smaller or lighter.
The great Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson noticed something was wrong with the sky in one of the end scenes of the very attention-to-detail blockbuster Titanic, so he decided to write James Cameron a letter. Years later, Tyson tells the story and how it has since been corrected.