Very dangerous storms are hitting communities from Gulf Coast to the Great Lakes today. It is the second tornado outbreak this week. So far at least 28 people have been killed. The news footage shows terrible devastation.
Yesterday I felt foggy-minded and ended up taking two short naps–one right after school and one after I studied Hebrew with my friend. EJ had stopped at the store after work Tuesday night and bought me some medicine. I took the medicine all yesterday and now I am feeling a bit better. For the last few weeks we have all been struggling with not quite feeling well and not quite feeling sick. I hope we get completely better soon and get our energy back.
We are expecting rain to turn to snow tonight. We have a Winter Storm Warning for our area and could get 6 – 10 inches of snow. Winter has finally arrived…for now! I wonder how long it will last?
EJ has been working 12 hour shifts this week. His normal shift is from 3 p.m. until 11 p.m., but this week he has been working from 6 p.m. until 6 am. It’s strange having him home for most of the day, although he’s not awake through most of it. A change in hours is always a difficult adjustment, and he has been very tired.
Yesterday was a workday.
I am trying to write this post with two cats–one (Timmy) sitting on my lap with his head resting on the keyboard and one (KeeKee) sitting next to me on my lap. It’s not easy writing this way, but in our house cats rule.
Today was another busy day of driving everywhere.
EJ took Thursday through Sunday off work, and we have been attempting to pack a summer’s worth of fun and an autumn’s worth of preparation into the four days.