Member Rara Avis
Didn't feel it and only heard about it a few minutes ago on the evening news. As some know, even though I live in Michigan, I'm also only about 30 miles from the Indiana border, part of what they call Michiana. The South Bend station comes in much more clearly than Grand Rapids, so that's what I usually watch.
I got a kick out of the people they were interviewing on the news station. Most had never experienced a quake and didn't quite know what they were feeling until it was all over. I'm guessing it was a "roller," rather than a shaker, because everyone they interviewed worked in tall buildings. What they were actually feeling was their building swaying as the ground rolled.
I'm not sure I have the heart to tell them they still don't know what a quake feels like. When they find very heavy furniture bumping across the floor and trying to crawl into bed with them, then they'll understand.