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Monday, July 29, 2013

Hmmmmm.

A bit ago, just before 2am I walked to the community building and got a gallon of filtered water at the machine outside and walked back. There were birds I'd not noticed before tweeting at me the entire time from up in the palm trees. This is an urban area, so it wasn't totally quiet even at 2am. I heard a siren for just a bit as I got back home. I hadn't locked the door because, well, it is 2am and I'm the only one out. However, with the siren I was reminded I do need to lock my doors, so I did that as I came back in. In just a few minutes after getting home and constantly since there has been a chopper circling above here in a tight circle that includes this park. I have checked all the closets and everywhere someone could have come in and hid. In my experience the sound of a circling chopper in an urban environment means the authorities are after someone and they are in the air looking at the area from above. Guess I need to tweek my situational awareness a bit. I have gotten complacent since coming home from Honduras. Over 20 minutes now, and they are still up there. I'm a light sleeper, so I know this would have woken me up if had happened before, so it isn't just because I'm trying to stay up all night now. If it's not one thing, it's another.

5 comments:

  1. Stay safe!

    ~Have a lovely day!

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  2. Someone saw a strange lady carrying large bottles in the middle of the night and called 911 (grin).

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  3. Not exactly the peaceful home space you hoped for. It does provide for blog material thou though. I say, life at its best, is living every moment to its fullest.

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  4. We have those choppers circling overhead here as well, and sometimes you can hear them talking on a bullhorn. I'm usually awake when it happens and it can be annoying. I rarely locked my doors when i had a dog and sometimes still forget to do it. You could go crazy trying to barricade yourself in but I do lock my doors now.

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  5. Chuckle! Even us folks who live in the country lock our doors cause you just never know.

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