Monday, July 19, 2010

I'm Still In Shock

You will never guess what I experienced this weekend. Come on, I bet you can't guess. Ok, Ok, I'll tell ya, an earthquake! I experienced my very first earthquake! That's right bitches!!!

Those of you living in California are probally all "So whatevs Tee." and to that I'd probably have to agree if it wasn't for the fact I live in MARYLAND people! We don't get earthquakes here!

I was laying in my bed all snugly and what not in a sleep induced haze when all of a sudden the damn wall started rattling. I was all "WTF! What the hell are those loud ass neighbors doing NOW!" I just chalked it up to those noisy folks next door and drifted back to sleep. I ventured out of bed a couple hours later, turned on my TV and sat in front of my computer and that's when the news hit me! A 3.6 earthquake struck Maryland. Maryland people!! I don't think you fully grasp the gravity of the situation. If Maryland can get and earthquake then none of you are safe. I would suggest you all get earthquake insurance and stock pile canned goods and water now. Don't forget first aid kits too. Can never be too sure.

Pretty cool Saturday if I say so myself though.

I survived my first earthquake! Can someone make me a badge I can display on my website please and thank you. Do they sell earthquake insurance in Maryland?

12 People saying stuff:

khaki la'docker said...

sooo usually my snoring is what rattles the walls so i totally missed the earthquake... :shrugs:

JStar said...

LMAO@u and Khaki...I slept right through it...but I am a lil further out closer to DC...I was shocked tho...I mean forreal...An earthquake in MD...Yea, now thats CRAZY...

Lys said...

I didn't even feel it in Philly but I immediately thought that Mother Nature must be seriously po'd at something - this heatwave, the earthquakes, etc.

ByHisGraceOnly said...

That is an experience! My first one was in Trinidad. I was watching a movie and then all of a sudden everything shook. It didn't last but a couple seconds but I was so scared!

Freckle Face Girl said...

☺ We had a 4.9 last week & my mom didn't even feel it.

Red Shoes said...

One summer, we had several of those down here in the Mississippi Delta. The first one was REALLY a surprise...

I'm glad you survived it!! :o)

~shoes~

Senorita said...

OMG, your earthquake cherry got popped ! Or shall I say, rattled !

I live here in CA, the land of the earthqaukes.

I'm glad you're alright, I hope it doesn't strike again anytime soon.

Kelley @ magnetoboldtoo said...

I would have lost my mind and hid in the bath.

Cause that is what you do, right?

Or is that tornados?

Good thing we don't get either here!

Queen in Heels said...

Glad you survived. You should consider making that "I survived" thing into a t-shirt. Make money while being thankful.

Ranger Tom said...

I'll be showing my age a bit here, but I remember when I was in Grade School back in the 70's we had an earthquake near Philadelphia...

Kind of a creepy feeling. When I lived in Arizona a few years ago I felt the earthquake that hit Palm Springs, CA and that was unnerving...

But yes, it is freaky when you live in an area not known for them.

Del-V said...

My sister lives in Potomac. She thought her neighbor's gas line exploded. I didn't hear a thing in Baltimore.

Just telling it like it is said...

Your okay then right? now you can say that you survived something that could be castrostrofic...and I can't spell...I'm chanllenged