There have been a few highlights this week. One in particular not so fun!
You see, on Wednesday when I was minding my own business at my desk at the farm I turned around to look out the window and comment on the crazy truck driver that was obviously driving, WAY to fast. Then the realization came to me like a ton of bricks. There was no truck. Why was the office suddenly shaking and swaying? Butterflies started to flutter in my stomach when I realized it was an earthquake. Quickly, taking note of the direction of my other co-workers, Claire and Jill, I headed for the door but not before stopping in the door frame for protection. What seemed like hours was only 20-30 seconds. Jill and I were facing each other in the frame and I can remember staring into her eyes in silence both of us full of fear. Things calmed down but for the rest of the afternoon I was still a little shook up. I kept checking news websites looking for answers and finally one was found. A strong earthquake centered in Val-Des-Bois Quebec hit at 1:41 PM measuring in at 5.0 on the Ritcher scale.
The crack in my dining room wall
On a happier note, that evening I got to go out for supper with these lovely ladies. (Jill on the left, Rebekka in the middle and me) We got to have a great meal while chatting and reminiscing about old memories and new things happening.
At The Ranch in Guelph
Other then that my mind is set on one thing, PAINT