So, I live in Oklahoma where a tornado is a common occurrence. Although I have lived here about 9 years, I have never had one close by. I have never had to take shelter or worry about a tornado hitting our house. I have been pretty fortunate. Last night though, a torndado touched down just a few streets over from us. We went on our back porch and could see it in our neighborhood! We got the dogs and went to the spare bathroom to ride out the storm (our "safe place" in case of storms). I was pretty freaked out.
Luckily our house didn't suffer any damage, and it turned out to only be an EF 1 or 2. But, it was definintely too close for comfort.
I guess I can now say I am officially an Oklahoman as I have had my first real tornado experience.
Anyways, hope you all have a fabulous Friday!
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Me 31 :: DH 39
TTC since November, 2011
DH's SA : Excellent
DX: PCOS, Stage III Endo, slight Adenomyosis and probable LPD
Treatments: 6 Months Lupron Depot injections; 1500 mg metformin; 3 cycles of Clomid + TI = BFN
3 endometrial biopsies all were "out of phase"
Taking a break and getting healthy before moving on to injects.