Post # 1
Not Wedding Related but I totally got woken up by the 4.4 earthquake this morning at 4 am! I woke up my Fiance for fear that it was going to get stronger… but it died down pretty quickly thank goodness! Talk about a rude awakening!!
Post # 3
i heard about it from my friend who felt it… she said it was enough to make her want to create a self-help earthquake survival kit!
Post # 4
- Wedding: March 2010 - Calamigos Ranch
Yeah, it woke me up an hour early. Fiance ran into the doorway (we don’t even have a table safe to get under at our place–all glass tops), but I was so tired I just pulled the comforter over my head in case the window broke–it was rattling like CRAZY and made me think the quake was a lot bigger than it was!
Post # 5
There was an earthquake this morning? LOL
We’re up in Ventura County though my LO did wake me up at 4:30 and I don’t know why. Perhaps it had something to do with that.
Post # 6
it was my first one since moving here. It was enough to wake me up out of bed. I’m seriously regretting renting 2012 last weekend, as that was all i could think of at 4am. Thankfully i was able to fall back asleep!
Post # 7
Yikes! I’ve only felt tiny tiny eathquakes! I think a big one would freak me out.
Post # 8
Slept right through it. They usually wake me but I guess I was in a deep sleep then. Last year, we had a whole bunch of them in the South Bay. Really freaked out the kitten.
Post # 9
I slept right through it, too. My cousin in Cerritos felt it enough to wake & comment about it on FB…was it a big one? Where was “ground zero” for it?
Post # 10
I think they said near pico rivera. That is near where I work. My coffee cup fell and broke, but nothing major.
Post # 11
I slept through it. As usual.
When the big earthquake hit in 94? I slept right through that one too! I’m a heavy sleeper :p
Post # 12
Slept right through it, which is shocking since I’m usually a light sleeper/insomniac. A true testament to how exhausting wedding planning can be!
Post # 13
I didn’t feel it, and slept right through it. Then again the epicenter was in Pico Rivera and I’m in the San Fernando Valley, so it was quite a ways away. I just hope the no more come our way.
Post # 14
There was one? I didn’t even feel it!
Post # 15
I was sound asleep and felt the jolt–with all the big earthquakes going on everywhere I was thinking “oh no, this is the big one” haha. It was over before I was able to get to the doorway but i felt it enough to wake up.
Post # 16
I slept through the whole thing. I woke up this morning and Fiance was watching TV. All I could hear was “News Flash 4.4 Earthquake in So Cal” I looked at him and said “There was an earthquake lastnight?”