Hubby and I spent the weekend with his younger brother and his family in the mountains of North Carolina over the weekend. The weather was fantastic – much cooler temps and lower humidity (woo-hoo!). On a lazy Sunday morning yesterday, I was reading (duh) while my BIL worked on his laptop, when everything started to shake – vibrations in the floor, ceiling, everywhere. We looked at each other in shock – earthquake! But seriously, with what 2020 has brought already, we shouldn’t have been surprised. It was brief, no injuries, but the largest earthquake NC has experienced in over 100 years – so that was exciting.
This is a picture of my niece’s ENO hammock – which is hung on the balcony of a second story condo. It was a long drop to the ground. Watching her get in it had my heart racing – but she did it just fine. Reading in a hammock sounds like a perfect day – only closer to the ground.
Sunday afternoon, we went to a local winery where my BIL was performing – he’s a physician by day, but sings, writes music, and plays guitar in his free time. Being outside, the event was well-attended – folks were just anxious to get out of the house. It may not look like it from the picture, but social distancing was in effect and masks were aplenty. Wine, food, music, and friends – a wonderful way to spend a Sunday.
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Have a safe and healthy week!