Today's earthquake felt like a waterbed; moving to and fro. Luckily there was no damage. But that wasn't the case a few weeks ago when a 4.4 magnitude hit at 4:04am (coincidence!?). We woke up to the sound of glass breaking. There I was lying in bed thinking of all the possible items that may have fallen.
Such as the countless number of vintage soda bottles.
Or this 'old-timey-sports' crew of Kessler whisky filled figurines.
A pair of 1984 political party decanter memorabilia filled with kentucky straight bourbon whisky.
They make great bookends, no?
Or perhaps one of the many Jesse LeDoux framed art prints (which had yet to be hung) scattered throughout our home.
Turns out, those lil asian porcelain figurines were the only catastrophe (pictured in the lower right corner of the above photo).
Thank goodness neither of them were filled with any sort of hard alcohol. We don't drink, but our decorations sure do.