When I was a kid I used to enjoy setting up dominoes and knocking them down. It was fun and I always enjoy watching it happen, now I have nowhere near the patients to do it...this guy and his cat on the other hand really enjoy it. I will post five videos over the next five days. Let me know which one you like the most. Enjoy!
So we were getting ready for 6PM Mass and the heavens opened up, the TV was telling us there was a tornado coming our way. We decided to wait on Mass until we knew that the storm had passed. So we had everyone leave the chapel and head to utility room. The rain started and the hail soon followed. As you can see from the photos it was an amazing amount of hail, and it sounded horrible. I was sure we were going to loose some windows, thank goodness we did not (well Deacon Gayle did). The storm passed and we went out to survey the damage. You can see how much hail we got from the photos. We went on with Mass about 15 mins late, with steam rising outside, it was kind of eerie. After Mass, folks were showing up for RCIA and told me that my street had tons of hail on it. As you can see when I got home about two hours later there was still plenty on the road, in my yard, all over the place. Oh! did I mention that the pine trees bore the brunt of the storm? You could smeel the fresh pine all over the place. Anyway, the house seemed to be fine...until I checked it this morning. As you can see the western side of the house will have to have some major work done on it. We are lucky no one was hurt in the storms, the things we can fix or replace...but even those are not too bad. One final note, there was a small rainbow at the back of the storm...God still there for us!
Something is wrong with Rosie, so we are at the vet. More later.
UPDATE: Vet says Rosie was in quite a bit of pain. She did something (nothing broken) to her elbow. He gave her a shot of an anti-inflammatory, which seems to be working nicely. If she is not much better in the morning, the Dr. says he will give her some pain pills. I will let you know if it gets worse. Peace