In case you haven't heard, a line of serious storms ripped through much of the right half of our country last night, pretty much from Chicago, IL, to the Atlantic Ocean. Most of the damage was from high winds, and close to a million people in the MD/VA/DC area were without power at one point. I got lucky and only lost power for about an hour during the storm that I listened to and watched from the safety of my bed. I'm grateful for the power today since it's another record-setting HOT. Ugh.
They called this storm a derecho, and here's a great article about the science behind what blew through here.
But weather is not why you're here, I'm sure. :) I have power, but I did lose my DSL for much of the day, so I had a period of disconnectedness that I took advantage of, and I played in the craft room.
My first card started with this piece of remnant:
Working with only what was already out on my desk, this is what I ended up with:
I'll share more of my play-time cards later, maybe. :)
Thanks for stopping by!