Imagine being back from the 3-day weekend, not really ready to face even a short week at work, then BAM! The earth starts bucking. I'd go back to bed.

Denver 7 has the story on how a small earthquake was reported at 8:30 a.m. May 28, 2019, near Gypsum in Eagle County. Gypsum lays between Glenwood Springs and Vail up in the high country and is home to the Eagle County Regional Airport.

The 2.7 magnitude quake is not to have caused any injuries or damage. Just the same, I'd put off starting the week until Wednesday.

Get more on the earthquake from Denver 7 HERE.