last night. It was only the second time, in 35 years of living in this house, that I checked the upstairs after a VERY close lightening strike. It was also the second time I smelled sulfur after the same strike. Since I was already up, I closed the last window where the dogs were, and, brought them back to bed with me. They, normally, don't have a problem with storms, but, I felt they would feel safer with me. They didn't argue. Also, looks like I will have to replace 2 phones. Everything else is ok.
A 8 lb., 6 oz., new prince for England. William, George, Charles, Harold, Phillip, John, James, Barnard, Albert, etc.., etc., was born yesterday. Poor kid will live his life in a fish bowl. Glad everyone is ok.
Since the ground is saturated, I should finish the front flower bed.
Glad you and the dogs survived the storm. I have smelled sulfer after a close strike, too. My one dog can not stand storms and shakes like a vibrator.
Thanks DD. Yeah, it was a bad one. Dad said it would be 'cause it's been so darn hot. Cooled off considerably now. Still going to have a rainy week. These three dogs don't mind storms, I hope last nights thunder-boomer hasn't ruined that.
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