Trust me, the title is as exciting as this story is going to get.
Mineral, VA — the epicenter of the DC earthquake– is about 60 miles from my house. I was driving home on I-95 at the time, and I heard Kojo Nnamdi on the radio exclaiming about something and then I heard the rattling in his studio.
As I pulled into my neighborhood, I saw every neighbor that was home standing outside so I knew there must have been an earthquake. The animals did not seem very agitated when I got into the house. The only evidence that there was an earthquake at all are the skewed photos on my walls. Thankfully, nothing fell.
My brother in Virginia Beach said that he felt two distinct shockwaves. My dad in Ohio said he felt the quake there. News reports said that even people up in Canada felt the 5.8 earthquake.
Not me, though. Okey didn’t feel the earthquake either. He’s in California.
How about you? Did you feel anything?