Scott got up and we all looked out the window. Scott was explaining the weather to Reagan and telling her all about it. I was just about to open the blinds on the window next to the one Scott was looking out of, but thank God~REALLY~Grant broke the string last week so we could not raise them.
I was holding Reagan and Grant was standing right at my feet~ We saw something black, then BAM! Our window burst. Glass went everywhere. I grabbed Grant up and turned my back to the window. Reagan had glass stuck in her shoulder, and I had glass in my back, Grant just had a few pieces in his feet. His glasses protected his eyes~Thank Goodness.
Scott rushed us all to the closet. Our trampoline had crashed into the house. It tore part of the roof off, busted the window, and shredded the trampoline. We also lost our grill, our basketball goal, and we have to get new carpet. Our dresser in the bedroom is scratched, it looks like razors were scratched down the top of it. Since we have glass breaks in our security system, we have to get that replaced as well.
So, where is the humor in all of this? Of coarse we found some. It was not the $1000.00 deductible. So what was it? When all of this was happening, we heard the sound that everyone says a tornado sounds like. It sounded like a train coming. We were sure it was a tornado until HONK HONK! Not funny at the time, but really funny now. In case you aren't aware of the details, we have planes, trains, and automobiles right here! Right next to the Dothan Regional Airport there is a train track as well!