Wednesday, May 6, 2015

May 6th, 2015 Stormy Night

May 6th, 2015 Stormy Night

Sometimes, I'll have a day like today, when weather coverage at the radio station preempts all other plans. It's okay, it's my job and I'm paid to do it. It can quickly become a super long day when the storms linger, move slow and redevelop. I'm not complaining.

Many people in our state lost their homes tonight. That's what I think about. What's exceptionally tragic about tonight's storms further South of my area--some of these people have lost everything before in the same way. I can't even imagine. 

I really didn't anticipate the longer weather duty this evening. I didn't plan or pack anything. My evening snack was a holdover until I could get home and prepare something. I basically raided the employee kitchen for some shaved turkey off of a sandwich another colleague offered me earlier in the day, some tortilla chips and salsa dressing. It kept me from getting too hungry before getting a break.

I had a small break between 8:45 and 10:30, long enough to run home and prepare dinner before returning to the studio for late coverage of some storms that just refused to quit.

No workout today. I'm glad I had a good one last night.

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Thank you for reading and your continued support,
Strength,
Sean

7 comments:

  1. Such sad news, touching me even more than this kind of story normally would, because my dad was born in Norman. :( Prayers for all involved.

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    1. Thank you, Gwen. I agree--very sad.

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  2. How do you keep from getting soggy bottom pizzas?

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    1. I sometimes get the soggy bottoms, for sure. When that happens, I'll role it up like a pizza burrito.
      I have prevented the soggy bottom issue before--by using less sauce and baking on high heat (420 degrees) until crispy...
      I love 'em!

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  3. Been watching those storms on the news from Australia ... Just devastating
    Heard that some pl have just finished their houses from the storms 2 years ago

    And we complain about little things ... Praying for you all

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    1. It's tragic for those people in the hardest hit areas. It seems they keep getting it over and over.
      TR--exactly...it certainly puts things in perspective.

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  4. Sending prayers to all affected.
    My heart is broken for all of them.
    Rosie

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