Dave already took the good title and George took the second best in his comment. What are you going to do.

I too think I felt the earthquake. I was sitting at my office desk when I heard what sounded like when a train resettles on the tracks with that sonorous ka-boom that shakes the whole ground, but just once. It was noticeable enough – in my ears and my feet – that I got up and looked out my window, thinking some very large truck was passing by and hit a large pothole. Seeing neither, I returned to the task at hand – writing lesson plans.

Thinking back, looking out the window when hearing a loud ka-boom sound in the middle of downtown Washington, with a window looking over the Capitol Building … probably not too smart nowadays.


One Response to earth shiver?

  1. chuck says:

    That sounds about like my response to Atlanta’s earthquake last spring. It woke me up from a sound sleep at about 5:30 AM, and for some reason, I was able to grasp what happened, and I thought, “So *that’s* what an earthquake feels like.” Then I rolled over and went back to sleep.

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