Luckily, not much right here, just outdoor furniture blown around and branches, etc., down; no trees, thankfully.
Still, it took a while this morning to pick up, but at least I don't need to call anyone to bring in equipment for it and my house and I are still here. The only call I need to make is to the chiro. Ouch! By now I should be able to drive there anyway. Trees were on the roads between us.
"I could have missed the pain, but I would have had to miss the dance." Garth Brooks
It was nothing here compared to what you had, Charity411, and what was in other parts of my county and adjacent counties. The governor has been touring those areas. There are still tens of thousands without power. The scenes on the news and in the paper are frightening.
And, everything here is little by comparison to what was going on and continues throughout the Midwest with the storms, tornados and flooding. (((Everyone affected by weather)))
No big deal in the grand scheme of things, just something quite unusual for this area. More likely to be winter storms that do damage around here. I don't know how people who get severe ones, with more frequency or even once, or get flooding or both, do it. I've helped out after floods, so I know how devastating they can be. They have my utmost respect and admiration, and sincere sympathy for dealing with it.
This was a minor blip and the first time I've taken care of a problem like this by myself. Just a little self pity today.
"Keep your face always toward the sunshine - and shadows will fall behind you."