Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Talk To Us Tuesday-What The...



Oh Dear Mother Nature,




I have come to the conclusion that you are completely wasted lately, and I would really appreciate you putting the bottle down. I hope you realize that you have been drunk lately in Okla freakin homa, and not California. I knew that when we moved here, we may experience some Wizard of Oz type weather, along with feeling like I'm in the North Pole, but earthquakes were not in that scenario.


Now, within the last 3 days, we have experienced 4 earthquakes. One being a 5.6 on the scale, which brings it to the biggest Oklahoma has ever had. Umm...yeah. Biggest, ever. Bottle down, lady! Then another last night at a 4.6. I talked with a girlfriend yesterday that lives in California, and she's not even having this much fun!


So, what was I doing when I got to experience the big one? It was Saturday night, so what else would I be doing? Plus, it was day light savings...one extra hour! I was out throwing down, of course! Getting my drink on with my girlfriend. Sheesh! Okay, fine. I was in my sweat pants on the couch, watching tv. (You know you're getting older when you look forward to more sleep and not more drinking) So, we are sitting there, and the couch is moving. And I don't mean fairly shaking from some bass downstairs, but like I put a quarter in the couch..shaking! We didn't know what to do. Aren't we supposed to stand in a doorway or something? I think I saw that on a movie when I was little. I think that's what we do. Should we google it? Crap! Let's just stare at each other instead. So, that's what we did. We stared at each other, freaking out, until it was over. We would do well together in a disaster situation.


So, this being said Mother Nature, please sober up soon. I think everyone here would really, really, realllllllllly appreciate it! Sheesh, lady. Now you're stirring up tornadoes here. Make up your mind.


7 comments:

Connie said...

I think this means that Jesus is coming!

Just the Two of US said...

I hate earthquakes! forgot to tell you love the new blog layout!=)

VandyJ said...

I don't know if Mother Nature is drunk or just not taking her medication, but we've already been below zero here, twice. Winter is here and it probably won't leave until April, maybe May. Kind a sucks.

Impulsive Addict said...

Yep, like I said earlier, "WELCOME TO OKLAHOMA". It's so fun, isn't it? I think you're right. Mother Nature needs to sober up and realize that quakes aren't supposed to happen here. If I lived in Prague, I think I would move. I wonder if they feel it differently (more intense) since that's where the epicenter is?

At least you weren't in the BATHROOM on the TOILET at the time of said quake!!

missy. said...

definitely would want you two around if there was a disaster here in utah. sounds like we would be doing the exact same thing haha

oh and i love my sweat pant time (spt) and would rather stay home on the couch in them then go out. even though it is nice every once in a while to go out.

xoxo

Shawn said...

I would have lost my mind! So is it a lot of shaking? How long did it last? I think I'd like to experience one just so I know what it's like. Nah, I'll stick with the occasional hurricane!

Thanks for linking up!

Chell said...

I am sooooo sick of Oklahoma weather this year. It sucks! We were at the casino and my machine was shaking like freakin crazy! I though I was about to win a jackpot! LOL No such luck.