April 4, 2010
Well, we don't live in California (I'm in Tucson, AZ) so I never thought I'd actually experience what an earthquake felt like. Even though it was just a mild rumble and the only thing visible in the house to indicate it was happening was a swaying light fixture, it's still too close for me! My chair was shaking slightly and it seemed the computer screen was jiggling. Then my mom called and said the couch was shaking. That's when I looked at the light fixture and it was swinging. The pulls on the ceiling fans were swaying back and forth too. So many earthquakes. . . . . . .here, there, and everywhere.