Thursday, April 28, 2011

A mile wide.

That's how unbelievably huge the biggest tornado was that hit near Tuscaloosa, Alabama yesterday. I don't personally know anyone in that area, but just seeing the images on the news is gut wrenching. Between the recent major earthquakes in the world, the tsunami disaster in Japan, the flooding in Australia a few months ago, the increased unrest in the Middle East and the crazy spring weather here in the States, I'm beginning to wonder if that Mayan "2012" prediction could be true.

And what if it is? Not much we can do about it, so might as well try to enjoy life while we're here, right? Cuz ya never know when a twister - real or metaphorical - will wipe away everything you have.

Condolences to the people affected by the "Super Outbreak" of tornadoes this year.

1 comment:

  1. Crazy events seem to happen every week so I think the Mayans might of been on to something. The counter to the 2012 doomsday is maybe the reason we notice so much now due to the internet making it easy to share information from around the world. Who knows. We can all die at any moment so there is no use in worrying like you mentioned.