If I suddenly disappear, it may be that we have joined Dorothy and Toto somewhere over Kansas. We have tornadoes forecast starting this evening, and the chances continue at least through next week. I've moved things around so we can drop directly into the storm shelter, made sure the spiders are vacuumed out, water jugs are at the ready, the battery-powered light, rations and screw-lid bucket are in place, and the phones are fully charged. Then it's just a matter of staying glued to the TV and computer-generated radar screen. The broadcast stations out of Oklahoma City do a very good job of analyzing storm probabilities and tracks. So good a job, in fact, that they preempt all other broadcasting so there is no option but to sit and obsess over the possible looming doom. It is rather like lying on your back looking up at the guillotine blade. It becomes quite impossible to look away or think about anything else.
On a happier note, this is the latest litter of critters to come out of the shop. These bunnies have already hopped off to their new homes.