Had been following the severe weather in the area via the San Antonio stations newscasts. Batted down the hatches and put the car in the garage to prevent hail damage.
I was outside feeding the dogs when the phone rang. When I came back inside, saw that there was a message. It was an automated call from the City of Del Rio warning of a severe storm with hail. Referred me to the City's Facebook page as well as channel 34. That was good and well but I do not have Time Warner Cable and Dish has nothing on Ch 34.
A short time later the city's sirens went off for a good while which I appreciated because being a stones throw from Mexico, if I do not go outside, I have no idea what country's sirens are going off. Thankfully, it did not amount to much but I liked the heads-up which we have never received in the past. You did good City of Del Rio.
Good night. May you all have Terlingua Dreams.
Mother: Belinda when did you become such a tomboy?
I heard mother in pain last night (Thursday) and rushed to her side. She had leg cramps and when she saw me apologized for waking me up. Told her I was not asleep but watching the Spurs game. She was confused as it was 2:00 a,m. and she thought the game was over hours ago.
Told her it was but I was watching the re-transmission...that is when she asked the above question...jajajaja!
I can hardly wait until this afternoon to watch what is sure to be a ratings grabber Spurs vs Golden State Warriors game.,
I do not care if the house is on fire or a tornado is headed this way. I am turning off the phone, locking myself in my bedroom. icing down some Coors Light to watch my Spurs and forgetting the default world for the duration of the game. Oh yeah...depending on the outcome, may watch the game again in re-transmission :)
GO SPURS GO!!!