Yesterday, we were under the dreaded "Tornado Warning" once again.Straight-line winds gusting up to 74 miles per hour toppled trees, power lines, and caused destruction and anxiousness.
The neighboring counties bore the brunt of Mother Nature's wrath, lives were spared, for which we always have to be grateful.
My husband tells me that tornadoes were a rare occurance in these parts when he was a boy, nowadays, it's a given from early Spring through late Fall.
Be safe, adhere to the warnings, have an emergency plan in place.
Logan County, Kentucky: Image courtesy of Michael Cook