13 hours ago
Saturday, April 29, 2017
Last night in the middle of the night, several large storms moved through, and the tornado sirens went off two separate times. The kid and I untethered our laptops and huddled together in the hallway (we have long since stopped going to the tornado shelter, which is a mile away, at the local elementary school). The kid was playing D&D with her D&D group, who offered to stop playing for the tornado emergency, but since she could untether the laptop there was no need.
I was monitoring the movement of the storm cell on my laptop. Luckily we didn't lose power, since if we had we could have lost our wifi. (I did not mention this to the kid, who takes her weekly D&D session very seriously.)
Dr. Skull refused to be alarmed. He just rolled over and kept on sleeping.
More storms on the way, the weather guys say cheerily. They love tornadoes almost as much as they love blizzards and ice storms.