So I had such a crazy experience today and I just wanted to talk about it for a second so basically where I live the weather is so hectic it could be snowing one minute and just 90° and acts like literally not even joking anyways so it was sunny and just you know a little too cold but not too bad so I was driving with my kids in the car to go somewhere and then all the sudden I get a text saying hey there's a tornado warning like you need to get back and I'm like what the heck and I'm like OK well it's completely fine here so I'll just get on interstate and like I'll be fine to go back and while I'm driving I'm literally driving and pouring rain hail like gusting winds like it was insane like I literally was so scared but there was nowhere for me to stop so I just had to keep driving and I was driving with my dad on the phone like freaking out like what do I do you like the kids are in the backseat and literally like You know that everyone should I just be by the grace of God I got home because I found out when I got home that there was a tornado spotted right where I was and it was just so scary to know that but I'm here and we're all good
Girl, I live in Michigan and we literally have like the most confusing weather ever. Like, we can get like six inches of snow like during the night and then by morning I swear it can be like 50 degrees out and all melted and then it will snow again by night.
Oh my god, thank god dude. You know what? I don't know where you're at. That's crazy. In Michigan, it's kind of the weather varies, but you don't have to worry about shit like that usually. Tornadoes? I have nightmares recurring ones about tornadoes. I've never seen one but these.
For some reason, since I was young, I was kind of like really interested in tornadoes. They're so destructive. It's like not a hurricane. It's more like a low, you know, but they're so unpredictable and like out of nowhere such a force in nature.
Where do you live if you don't mind me asking it sounds like Midwest, maybe Kansas Oklahoma area maybe I don't know Alabama either way. Um, yeah, I Just have like four in my nightmares just coming at my house that I grew up in and I'm trying to find my dog to go down
My gosh girl, I am so glad that you guys were okay. I remember I think I remember you telling me about this like last month. Oh my gosh, I'm so glad you're okay, but I can't even imagine how scary that was.