We had horrible storms in the area last night, with tornado warnings and possible tornadoes touching down. Some of them were near where my sister lives, so I called her bright and early this morning to see if she had blown away. She was fine, but had been without electricity for hours.
When I went to bed last night, tornado warnings were preempting shows I normally watch. I guess the worst of the winds came at 2 A.M., but by then Cliff was home and we were both sound asleep.
Somehow a pasture gate was open this morning... probably due to the high winds during the night... and my two calves escaped. After the big roundup, I was wide awake; so I "mudded in" the tomato and pepper plants I bought yesterday at Walmart. I say I mudded them in because we got between one to two inches of rain overnight.
After that, I mulched about half of our twenty-five Norway Spruce trees with old, soggy hay from the barn where Secret and Meatloaf used to stay.
Because it rained again, I suppose the home-coming of our mobile home has been delayed once again. It's in the area hardest-hit by the storms, so I'm just hoping it didn't blow away!
And that's my report for today. I'll leave you with Waylon and Jesse, who remind me that "Storms Never Last".