Tuesday, August 23, 2011

I feel the earth move under my feet...

And I don't mean literally or because of love!
Today at around 1:50pm there was a 5.8 magnitude earthquake in Virginia which was felt 
all the way here in NYC!

At first I didn't know what was going on, it seemed so surreal and if not for all the news channels broadcasting and going crazy with what just happened I would have thought it was all a hallucination.
Miguelito was sitting on the couch with
Manhattan and I was sitting on the armchair. When Manhattan started getting all crazy and barking
like a mad-dog, next thing I know our building feels like it's shaking and the couches
start moving. It must have been no more than 30 seconds but it really felt like more than that.
Thank God it wasn't more than a horrible scare, and after some scary moments like not being
able to communicate with my dad, or mom and sister who were all at different places but ok and just
a little shaken as well, oh and let me not forget my child who couldn't stop crying and 
thinking we were going to die - I blame it on watching to many movies!
Everything was back to normal.

I for one pray that we never go beyond this scare ever again, New York and it's people 
have been through enough scary and horrible moments as it is!

Love,
Kary xoxo


10 comments:

  1. I thought I had ghosts in my house or a plane crashed here in Philadelphia. Once I found out what it was I felt very bad for the people in New York. I know how scared I was and I can only imagine how scary it was for you!
    I am a new visitor and follower via Wild Wednesday.
    My husband has been singing this song all day!

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  2. We were lucky enough to far enough south (SC) but I have tons of family and friends still up in NJ/PA. It had to of been scary, i mean its not like east coasters are used to earthquakes or tremors.

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  3. Ohh that's so horrible. I have heard about it and I'm glad that you guys are alright.

    It must have a been a really scary moment to feel that! *huge hugs* xx

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  4. I'm glad that you are okay. How scary it must have been. I'm following you from the hop. Please return the follow at http://thecryptocapersseries.blogspot.com
    www.reneeahand.com
    Thanks!
    Renee

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  5. Ever since one of the Superman movies...when there was an earthquake and Lois Lane was being buried in her car...I've been deathly afraid of earthquakes! haha.
    Dang movies! haha.
    I'm glad y'all are ok!! :)

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  6. Happy you all are O.K. New follower from the Whimsical Wednesday hop. Hope you'll take a moment and pop on over to my site as well. Happy Wednesday!

    Sandy
    Cherished Handmade Treasures

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  7. Glad you guys are ok! Earthquakes are scary things...we're still waiting for the big one here in CA, sometimes we put in back of our minds but know will happen one day!

    Thank you for your kind words mi linda Kary! Creo que el primer dia fue mas facil para mi Xavi que para mi...ahora mi esposo me acompaño a llevarlo y tambien se le hizo dificil 'dejar a su bebito en la escuela'

    Muchos besos mi hermana!

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  8. My gosh, that must have been scary. How crazy that you felt it in NY.

    I am a new follower from the Wild Wednesday Hop.
    Vicky @ messforless.blogspot.com

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  9. Hi! Following from the blog hop. Stop by my blog sometime.

    Brittany
    http://youmeandremy.blogspot.com

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  10. I could not believe the news when I heard about it! You were the first person who popped into my head, and I'm so glad you and your family are okay! And here I thought earthquakes were reserved for us Californians! o_O

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