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Friday, April 24, 2009

Happiness is...

Being there...The added excitment? Hmm, feeling two out of three earthquakes that happened to hit at
8:30PM. Magnitude 3.9 & 4.0. Not "big" but enough to feel the jolt.
I remember feeling the "side to side" shake and asking dear hubby if he felt it. Of course he dismissed it by saying it was just the vibration from all the people running up and down the steps. I said "No Way!" It wasn't the up & down movement you feel when the people go up and down the steps, it was a side to side "shake"and It actually made me feel dizzy!
No worries, aside from frazzled nerves, all is well :0)

Happiness is


The Raggedy Girl said...

I hate earthquakes, such a sick feeling. Glad you are okay.

Have a Wonderful Weekend
from The Raggedy Girl--Roberta Anne

Connie said...

It was the SF/Oakland earthquake of 1989 that got us out of Calif. to Idaho, honey! Where was this one????

Faye said...

Rechelle,i am glad you are alright.Have a blessed weekend!

Anonymous said...

Just once here in GA I have felt an earthquake. It was within the last 6 years because we were living here. It knocked things off the closet shelves!

Glad you are ok and I wish you a happy weekend!

Kim's Treasures said...

Glad you're ok! We have had a few earthquakes here but only one that I felt back in 1986. I was sitting on the couch home alone and it felt like someone was shaking it. I thought someone had come I heard the china in the cabinet clanking! It was very strange!

Kim's Treasures said...

Did your baseball team play the Tigers last night (my team)???

Linda said...

Rechelle, was this last night? I'm glad you are alright...did your team win? Hugs, Linda

Heidi Pocketbook said...

I think being at the ballpark during an earthquake would be scary. Glad you are ok!!

There was an earthquake in this area of the country about a year ago--around 4:30 one morning. It was enough to wake us up and wonder what was up. I thought it was a tornado however dh said right off the bat it was an earthquake. Nope, didn't like it. We're still waiting for the big one from the New Madrid fault.

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Kim said...

Omigosh Rechelle! I would've been so scared and I know my hubby would have responded exactly the same way - so calm. I think they do that on purpose to make themselves look brave! Ha!
Thanks for the scoop on my pictures - I just knew one of my blog friends would know. I appreciate it. Have a great weekend. ~Kim

Unknown said...

that is such a scary feeling...glad everyone is OK.

Laura said...

Have a good weekend.

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Anonymous said...

Oh my! I'm glad it wasn't more serious. I've experienced aftershocks from a quake that happened many miles away and that was close enough thanks!

Ali @ A Cosy Life

BECKY said...

Hi Rechelle, Wow!! I would have been scared, and my hubby would have said the same thing!! I'm so glad you both are all right!!

So, did your team win?? :o)

Have a joyful Sunday!!

Susie Homemaker said...

Hi Rechelle,
Well, I guess you could say your team "rocks"!
I know mine sure does!!!

Glad you are OK...


Terry said...

Well you truly had a rockin time at the ole ballgame !
Glad things are calm again.
Have a delightful calm kind of day ! oh please drop by my blog if you get a chance.