shake, rattle, and roll

No, I'm fine. Thanks for asking. While I am in LA today, my plane was still above the shaking ground. How freaky would it be to try to land a plane amidst an earthquake?

Had I kept my original travel plans I would have been here. At the site. Freaking out. Working the rest of the day under the desk. No aftershocks that have been registered (by me anyway). Perhaps I wouldn't have even noticed... "Hmm, was that my stomach growling?" I must say, it would be an interesting thing to experience as long as you knew it wouldn't end poorly.

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Bubba's Sis said…
I've been thinking about you today - I heard on the news there were some aftershocks! Have you felt anything? Are you OK??
cjh said…
Still never felt any aftershocks. And the media there plays everything up just like they do with hurricanes here. "Look! Half a dozen bricks fell off of a 100-year-old building!" And then they show the same footage over and over and over...
Cheryl said…
If I'd have known you were there, I'd have been freaking a bit myself. Glad you're okay.

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