Lately, our weather has been going like this: scary clouds roll in.
And then the rain falls. Flooding occurs. Sometimes a tornado might pop up.
This happened last week. Because of the weather, an animal safari was hit and animals were loose. So you might have seen this floating around on social media.
Living in Oklahoma can be an adventure, guys. It's especially fun when your husband is deployed. You're stuck getting everyone into the shelter. You'd think it would be easy, but if you have a little girl who feels the need to save EVERY SINGLE TOY she owns, it can get frustrating. And then you have to try and wrangle the cat into the shelter. A cat who meows at the top of his little cat lungs and claws up your arm.
I wish we could share some of this rain with California. I know they really need it. It seems to be raining here almost every day.
To the point where Natalie's school got flooded. She was out two days last week because of it. Then rumors were floating around that they wouldn't go back for the rest of the year. They don't get out until May 22nd. My first instinct was to go, "That's bullsh*t!" and panic. But then I remembered there are laws. Laws that say a child must go a certain amount of days of school. I relaxed.
Yes, the school was closed the rest of the year.
But the kids were going to finish at a nearby church.
At this point, I am over the rain. It's supposed to rain the rest of the week. I keep saying, "Please go to California," but it's not listening.
I'm ready for the sun.