So, did everybody else make it through the storm OK? Here in Northern Ky we're a bit windblown, but good. We did not have a tornado warning, like the southern part of the state, but some of the gusts got up to 60 mph. One of the forecasters said it was a year ago this week that Nicholas county had that bad windshear come through and rip up a bunch of houses. That was only a few miles away from us. We are not in a ideal location at all. We're at the top of a very high , BARE hill. The trees that were up here got damaged by ice several years ago and blown down. Don't know. We weren't here for the last ice storm. I guess we can be thankful though. My neighbor down the hill said the kids were off school for 6 WEEKS after that storm.
Ugh! And I thought 10 days was bad.
Anyway, we got pounded by rain for about twenty minutes, then everything cleared up and the sun was shining like nothing had happened! The pictures above are the sun hitting an opposite hill and the black weather moving east.
On a different note, I sent the girl to school today. I sat her down and told her it would be nice to give Nicole a valentine, because she may not get any if she's mean to everybody, and that would make her very sad. I told my daughter that it was her choice, though, whether or not she gave her one. Daughter sat down and thought for a while, before finally telling me ,"Fine. I'll give her one, but it doesn't mean she's my friend." I left it at that.