Where is that FL sunshine?
We had tornado warnings or watches last night, one of the things I was afraid of when we left FL heading to TX. The wind blew, the thunder clapped, and I could hear the rain hitting the rig, but we escaped the tornados here at the Escapees park in Livingston.
This AM we woke up to cooler weather, wet ground, and cloudy skies, but we didn't have any wind. We got out early to hit the yard sales here in the park. We found a few more thing we couldn't pass up at the care center, and helped one couple dig some stuff out of their attic to put in their yard sale.
For a while the sun came out, I was thinking about taking my jacket off, I was even thinking the day might just turn out to be very pretty. Well by the time we got back to the rig the clouds had already taken over, and the warmth I had felt was just the sunshine, because it was now cool again.
We did see one tree that the storm last night had blew over onto someone's trailer. It didn't look like it hit the trailer very hard, it was like someone had just leaned the tree against it, but we didn't stop to inspect it closely.
Marcia will start working today, and the weather being the way it is I will spend the rest of the day in bed. (I think)
Sorry no pictures we didn't take the cameras with us today.
I sure am glad the weather cooperated for us during the week of the reunion.
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