but in the moments that take your breath away.
Here’s a moment that took my breath away.
I couldn’t post for most of last week because we were having an electrical storm for three days or so.
I even had to turn off the computer so a lightening strike wouldn’t fry it.
I went to bed one night and opened the window curtains so I could see the light show that mother nature was putting on. Then I thought it was over and I was disappointed.
“It figures” I said out loud “just when I wanted to watch and it has to be over.” So I closed my eyes, and lay down my weary head.
And just then I heard a loud crack, and when I looked there was another even louder crack!
And it looked like two slightly canted eyes were looking back at me. I think it was two edges of lightening coming at me, how they didn’t come though the open window and get me I haven’t a clue.
Then kaboom! The house was surrounded by flashing light.
Then the windows on the entire house rattled, and I noticed that the hairs on my arms were all standing up.
And my daughter slept through the entire thing–noise and all!
That’s an amazing, awesome photo, Janice. Did you take it?
Hi Janice I would have listened to the storm with closed curtains…
Hi Janice ~~ I woud have had the windows closed and my head under the pillow. What a noisy storm !!
Thanks for your comments – I hope your husband was not late for work – it was a long story about a fly etc.
Take care Janice, Love, Merle.
Nope, I got it off the internet.
But I wanted to watch!
It was but it was great!
No, my husband wasn’t late and he got a chuckle to take to work with him–great joke.
Take care everyone,
your Lady Jan~
I slept through the whole thing too and since we had no t.v. then, I didn’t even know about it.
Usually I wake up with the first crack of thunder. How strange.