ROTFLOL Glad to know you weather it well.
Actually we just saw the water in a water bottle slosh. Pretty boring! It is much more exciting in D.C. where everyone had to evacuate their 3-4 story office building and get sent home, causing giant traffic jams.However, the puppy did hide under the desk before the earthquake hit, proving once again that dogs are smart, even if they are brainless and feckless giant puppies.
I felt the earth move. It was little eerie, as I looked up at the wooden exposed beams in the "old mill building turned into an office building" of my office.
We did--and we're much farther south than you are. For a moment I thought my vertigo had returned--until I saw a coworker staring with a bemused expression on his face. More of a non-event here!
Things were shakin' at Michael's, where I was at that moment, but nothing fell down. All the office buildings around my apartment building were evacuated for an hour or so. Nothing moved in my apartment on the 23rd floor. It was kind of a nonevent for me, briefly exciting and surprising.
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