Saturday, June 1, 2013

more of yesterday...

we were so blessed last night...
the radar looked bad and they were calling for 80mph winds...
started praying for it to calm before it got here...
and it did...
all the red turned to yellow and then to green on the radar...

this is where that limb came from...
the very center of the tree...

I think that might pierce a roof if it had fallen the other way...

its pretty good size...

the corn is starting to look like corn now...

there were a lot of small limbs down all over...

everything was fine here...

and the watermelon came up...

Craig chased this little one to the safety of the brush by the railroad...
he was confused, we think...
but he's still a baby...

the north lot has a row of trees that are on the railroad side of the line...
and it has many broken limbs and trees in it...

DH and I took a load of sticks to the city dump last night...

others had been there before us...

there were several piles from the clean up...

we haven't gotten all the rain they said we would, either...
so that's a good thing...
no flooding here...
its cooler today, though...
back to sweatshirts...
have a good weekend and stay safe...
;)

5 comments:

Susie said...

Tete, God was good to our area also. We had storms and rain a plenty. But not damage. But today and tonight to get through . Stay safe. xoxo,Susie

Ann@A Sentimental Life said...

glad things are ok at home and you had a safe evening. The must of had u all scared because all my friends on FB were posting about what Channel 3 was saying.

sparkle100-havealook.blogspot.com said...

I am thankful you were okay and my other blogger firends safe. We as Canadians watched the Tornadoes
sweeping through so many areas in the USA. We prayed for all of you.

Jettie said...

I'm glad you are safe, hope they all pass you by.

Annesphamily said...

Aww....a sweet bunny! I hope you can visit me, I put up some bird photos and want to identify them. I am also trying to learn how to use my newer big camera! It is always a special time for me to be here! Hugs Anne