I like your new header - now off to watch your video. It was on the news last night explaining what it was but I missed it - had to leave the room when it came on.
the things you miss when you only get news off the net.Mary
Hmmmmm......That was weird too!Lisa A.
No Joke! The only bright spot [pun intended], is that even though I may be closer to the fire ball, I don't want it to hit my stamp room.Although......if it was still intact, I wonder how much I could get for it on ebay?
I wonder if ET wants to come make some cute cards with us? I'm with you, though...they can land in my yard, but they best keep their mother-ship out of my general stamping area. I would hate to go all medieval on some poor extra-terrestial.
That was on the news here and I was like WTH! Pretty crazy! Hope they stay the heck away from your stamp room for sure!
Chicken Little ... a well-known Texan ... was right: the sky IS fallin'.Sooooooo Miss Lydia, better keep your eyes on the sky ... ya know, jess in case something kewl falls that you can sell on Fee-bay ... provided the government'll let you keep it, of course. Which they won't but ...Hey, FUN word to yell out today: DUCK!
So, was it a UFO? Are your stamps safe? Love your blue pencils!!!
Dood, where was NORAD, NASA, the FAA, the radar geeks, etc. Or is Cooter up in Plano actually our best instrument for detecting large, incoming fireballs from the ionosphere?
One funny thing about this was that my husband was standing outside of church (holding the door as a "greeter" and SAW IT FIRST HAND! He told me about it couldn't figure it out at all. We were surprised it made the news. Go figure. :-/ Only in Austin! LOL
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