My Country Life
Man I wish I still lived in Kansas. I would of loved to feel an earthquake. I have never been through one. As long as it wasn't bad and no one was hurt of course. I have heard that people all over felt an earthquake. I wonder where it started at?
We've had a couple of small quakes here. Just enough to feel like a big truck going by the house. I'm glad that's all they have been! I think a big one would scare me half to death.Love the post on your Aunt Ruby and the afagans. You've given me a good idea for a post on a redwork quilt that my favorite aunt gave me some years ago. I too think of her every time I see it there on the quilt rake in the spare room.Great pictures too.
I wondered about my friends to the North! I never dreamed you might have felt it but then I am not quite sure on your definite part of MO.cool! did your animals act any different?
I was up using the bathroom and I must have been so asleep I didn't feel any thing!!! I thought the wind had picked up!! Hope you have a good weekend! Love and Hugs Grams
It was felt here in Northeast Arkansas, but not by me. I was still asleep. there was an aftershock a little after 10 am but I didn't feel that one either.I've felt several others over the years, though....
My sister-in-law in Shelbyville, IN said it woke her up this morning. I have never felt one and that's okay by me!!
I had one knock me off my feet once. right here in Georgia!
glad to hear you only felt it a little !I sat on top of a 6.7 one in CA..woke me up by throwing me out of bed and across the bedroom... you don't want to feel more then "just a little" trust me !!
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