Sometimes I think we might be more than a little crazy.
Take Saturday night for instance.
We had plans to go to a free gospel concert about 30 miles away. We don’t get a lot of Christian concerts around here – and free ones are even harder to find! We really wanted to go.
But the forecasters had been calling for severe weather.
And the weather radio kept going off all afternoon.
But by the time we were ready to leave, the dark clouds had passed our house, leaving just a few drops of rain, and the sun was trying to come out.
The sunshine didn’t last long. We watched an ominous wall cloud moving quickly ahead of us. The sky blackened as we drove right under the massive, whirling storm clouds.
Angel Girl made us stop so she could take some pictures because the sky was so incredible – in a scary weird “hold on to Toto” way.
But for the next 2 hours we were oblivious to the weather as we enjoyed some amazing gospel country music from High Road III . Wow – can those girls sing!
As their three voices blended together in praise, I had goose bumps on my arms.
Absolutely beautiful music.
It wasn’t until we were on the way home that Dagmar got a text from a friend that while we were there, a tornado had touched down just 20 miles away.
We never even noticed!
I guess only crazy people drive from safety into the storm to see a concert.
But then again – that concert was crazy good!