Today was a lovely day. 71 degrees, sunny, breezy, very pleasant! I love the spring time with all it's hidden treasures in the form of budding trees and flowers.
Just this morning I was out taking a few pictures of our Bradford Pear that was snowy white with blossoms.
This afternoon was a different story...
During the sunny, pleasant weather my computer beeped and on the screen it showed a tornado watch had been issued until 9:00 tonight.
Okay...weird, but okay.
Then it got dark and looked like rain. It wasn't long before the rain started and with the rain came hail -- lots of it! It was coming down hard; so hard that I thought it was going to break our windows! If there had been a tornado warning I would have never heard the siren because it was so loud with the pounding of the hail on the house! I'll admit that I was pretty freaked out during the loudest part of the storm!
Annah holds a piece of the marble sized hail!
Looking like winter was back!
Water rushing down the street in the early part of the storm
By the time Jacob got home the hail had stopped but he was happy to play with the leftovers!
It appears we had no storm damage other than a lot of beautiful Bradford Pear blossoms were blown off the tree. At first glance it looks like snow in the grass but it's the petals. My rose bush on the side of the porch also lost a lot of its new tender leaves.
I am Loretta..wife to Tim and mom to 6 great kids. Tim (the younger), Andrew, Jordan, Jacob, Abigail and Annah and mother-in-law to Lisa and McKenna and grandmother to two grandsons, August Samuel born in September 2015 and Mackson Timothy David born in March 2016!
Tim and I have been married for 32 years and have lived in central Kentucky for over 20 years. Cancer invaded our lives in December 2008 when Tim was diagnosed with base of tongue cancer but in spite of it, we are still a happy and thriving family! I am grateful for my life, all we have come through, all we are going through and all that is yet to come because I believe, "What doesn't kill you makes you stronger."