Sunday, March 27, 2011

All's Well

The fire is out, no houses were harmed, I think one fire fighter twisted an ankle, but other than that everyone is safe and sound.  I went by on my jog this morning to see what the damage was, but it wasn't visible from the road on this side.  I have absolutely nothing that I have to do today.  I can't remember the last time that happened.  I think I'll sew some and read some and maybe even get my toes done. 

11 comments:

Amy (lilme2_99) said...

double Ahhhhhhhhhh


Ahhhhhhhh #1 about the good news on the fire

Ahhhhhhhh #2 about the relaxing vacation mentality!

Miss 376 said...

That's good news, enjoy your day

Comfort Cove Designs said...

I am soooooooo relieved to hear you and your family and the neighbourhood are safe and sound. I was thinking about you this morning when I woke up and wondering how things turned out.

Quiltingly Yours
Andrea

Lilian Pilar said...

Gracias a Dios, nada les ha ocurrido a ustedes..un gran abrazo

Amanda said...

Have a really lazy, self-indulgent day; you deserve it.

Linda said...

Glad everyone is fine and the fire is out. Enjoy your day. Relax and just thinking of getting toes done makes me smile! AHHHHHHHHH!

Ann Marie said...

Glad to know the neighborhood is safe. Enjoy your free time, sometimes when that happens with me, I can't get motivated either.

Charo said...

I'M happy you are all well.

Enjoy your day!

vtquilter said...

Glad you are safe and the fire is out. Enjoy your vacation!..... I'm wondering what color April will bring? Sunny yellow maybe? Purple for the lilacs that will be out soon? Hmmmmm a few days more before we find out.

Suzy said...

Glad you weren't impacted and that all is well. :o)

Weird, I was out my lanai reading a book on my nook when I started smelling smoke. I thought there was another controlled brush fire going on, until I heard it on the news. Wonder where in FL you are? Could we be "neighbors"? That would be too funny...

Candace said...

So glad the danger passed you by, although it looks like a close call by the photo. Thank goodness for firefighters and rain.