This is the third week we have been stay at home. Today Kathy took me to the bank and I saw some on signs of spring the grass is finally turning green The forsythia, white pear trees were blooming, along with the daffodils that gave hope of new beginnings. I really needed that as the coronovirus is finally depressing. A lot has been happening in the last week.My relatives have so far escape the virus but we learned that an old friend might have it and is not expected to live.
Writing this blog is a learning lesson. All of sudden there was ambulance and Fire engine out front. It was heart stopping as I watch the first responders enter the building. No one went to the hospital so it must of bend some other illness than the virus.This a retirement home and everyone here is 62 years or handicap.
Last night about 5:00 P.M. The bed shock and the walls were moving, the plants in window were shaking. An earthquake that was my 4 one. Short while later we it was 6.5 one. The EPIC center is 70 miles north of Meridian and is in an area where there are no settlements. The fault is connected with the Salt Lake City and Yellowstone.