Man alive, I'm getting tired of the tornados rolling through the middle of the country. Here in w. Kentucky, we're usually on the edge of them if not in them. If not on the edge of them, I spend hours nervously waiting to see if they're going to go either northeast of us or pass southeast of us.
If they pass north of us, all of my family is safely out of the way. If they pass south of us, then I still have to be nervous because my hubby is in Memphis, cousins are there, too, and Jill and Jeanne are another 60 or so miles east (an hour west of Nashville).
Staying up late at night trying to watch the weather is tiring.