"Where are you?"She has job that demands a lot of travel, so I wasn't surprised that she wasn't in her midtown NYC office when the quake hit.
"I'm in Texas."
"I read about the earthquake."
"Don't worry. I'm fine, far away from it."
"Is everyone ok?"
Is it my imagination that there have been a lot of earthquakes the past few years?
No doubt the earthquke will make a good variation on the back to school composition:
"What did you do during summer vacation?"Instead the students will have to write:
"Where were you during the earthquake?"And a good teacher would add:
"And how did you feel?"
PS I just wonder if NYC has earthquake-proof requirements in its building codes.