Weird weather the last couple of days....cold, snow, rain, warm temps, and today: tornadoes! Luckily no problems for us, but others in the area weren't so lucky, as you'll see in today's photo. Most of the roof was blown off this building--I pass it every day on my way to and from work. I hope no one was injured. There were several trees down in that area, too, as well as a kids' playset. The set was flattened, the slide tossed across the road between tree branches. It hasn't been confirmed whether it was a tornado that caused the damage or straight line winds, but at this point, does it matter? I'm sure to those families, the damage is done and hopefully everyone in those homes is safe and sound.
As for today's poem, here it is: Lightning slices the morning sky.
Leaves skitter across the walk and disappear.
A cardinal goes airborne. He knows: