Sunday, April 17, 2011

Breakout?


Just today I'm starting to feel a wee bit better. What a rotten virus this has been and though I swore off Sudafed around last Wednesday, I gave in and took some this morning. So far, so good. To help myself feel better, I've been napping, knitting, reading and watching one funny movie after another. The Toy Story marathon on Starz has come in handy this weekend. It helps to laugh.

However, having wrapped myself in a bit of a cocoon here, I had no clue the weather in much of the country has been no laughing matter. I've been bundled up because it's cold, windy and occasionally rainy, but truly, I had no idea there was such a terrible outbreak of tornados.

I hope you're all doing well out there and that everyone is safe, dry and has a roof over their heads tonight.

Here's hoping Mother Nature lightens up a bit.


9 comments:

jeannette said...

Hope you recover soon:) Yes,strange how all of a sudden the weather goes crazy!

The Bug said...

I'm glad you're feeling a bit better. Yes, it was apparently really scary. I found out from friends on Facebook posting that they're ok. I was thinking, "Ok from what?" Sad.

(Queenmothermamaw) Peggy said...

Glad you are feeling a little better. Oh boy we almost got blown away one day. The flooding in our county is always bad. Not right near us but down the road apiece. The weather messed up the big Air Show and Thunder over Louisville Saturday. Nasty, nasty weather.
QMM

Stephanie V said...

So glad to see your post pop up. You've been missed around here.
The tornadoes have been quite scary-looking to those of us who have never experienced them. Weird weather everywhere, though.

Brenda said...

Happy to hear you are getting better. I don't think I have ever taken Sudafed I usually go for NyQuil. Friday we were on alert, but wow..the map you put up is mind blowing. I can't believe how bad some areas got hit.

Silliyak said...

The return of empathy is a sign of getting better.

lovestitch said...

Hope you feel better now, and hope to 'see' you very soon. Take care of you and God bless. xo

Alice said...

and now it's Monday . . .
and it's FREAKING SNOWING!

sapphireblue said...

Glad I don't live in that area anymore.