It's a good thing I was quilting tonight. Even though my longarm purrs like a kitten...it does make some noise and it's not easy to hear things going on around me. Tonight I missed this:
Do I live in earthquake country? That red square indicates a 5.0 earthquake centered in San Bernardino, about 45 miles east of my hometown, Yorba Linda.
I didn't feel this earthquake at all tonight. I just felt a little dizzy as I was quilting. I thought to myself, "Oh great! Am I getting sick again?"
My BabyBoy sure felt it. He was sitting on the floor playing video games. He came into my studio and said,
"Did you feel that Mom?"
I said, "Felt what?"
He said, "I think we just had an earthquake."
He sat down at the computer and went to this site: Earthquakes
There you can see all the earthquakes just seconds after they happen. Not a pleasant site to look at when you live in a state where there are 300 earthquakes a day! Oh, the joys of living in southern California!
Like I said...it's a good thing I was quilting. That way I didn't have to feel the earthquake and could focus on a quilt like this.
A lovely Broken Star quilt.
Below is a view of the back.
Yes, quilting is much more pleasant than feeling earthquakes! Now get back to work, Vivian!