Stirred: Got up, got some coffee (lovingly prepared by my personal barista before his departure) and made my way out into the world wide web to confirm my suspicion:
A 4.6 quake centered in Poulsbo, about 50 miles from my home in Monroe. The picture above is a shot from the NOAA website showing the location and intensity of the quake.
The NOAA has a fabulous earthquake site where you can view maps of recent activities. you can report your earthquake experience there- if you felt something- and you can learn all about quakes- what one sounds like, where the biggest quakes have occurred, etc...:
You will be surprised to learn that you probably had several small quakes in your state (especially if you are on the West U. S. coast) as recent as a few days ago- they were just so shallow you didn't feel them.
You can also check out the local weather, river levels, tsunami alerts, ocean tides and a plethera of other geological conditions. This is one of my favorite websites.