"The winds just were so strong, and those trees were so dry. It just blew them over onto her house," she explained.
And this isn't the first time high winds have knocked trees into that property. It happened as recently as last year.
"It knocked her fence down, and damaged it," Jeanette said. "And it covered the whole back yard and you couldn't even go back, she couldn't get into the back yard."
Now the trees are in her front yard. And Jeanette says her neighbor doesn't have the means to get it cleaned up. Leaving her neighbor unsure of what will happen next.
"She said, 'I don't know what I'm going to do.' She has no idea," said Jeanette.
"I just don't see how it has any other place to go than towards my house," Jeanette said, pointing to one of the few standing trees.
That's why Jeanette is also unsure of what could happen. Because she worries that she could be next.
"If the wind gusts gets it, it will just probably just crush my front bedroom," she said.
And after Monday night, she says the chances are pretty high.
"Of her four huge trees, all three have already fallen. So the possibility of this one being blown over is pretty great," she said. "With all the wind we've been having, there's nothing to prevent it. So yes, it is a threat."
And all Jeanette can do is hope she doesn't wake up to the same aftermath in her front yard anytime soon.