Sun Shower

When I got home from work today, we sat down to dinner. As we faced the window we could see the storm in the horizon. 

We usually take an nice afternoon walk after our dinner settles in our tummies.
After a while on waiting for the rain to stop, I gave up hope, grabbed my hula hoop and began to add a wiggle and twist to my workout instead of a walk. 

Nick came into the room and asked if we were gonna attempt a walk. He said "the sun is now out". I looked out the window and said "well the devil is beating his wife". This is actually called a "sun shower". 

 

We decided to imbrace the two and head out for a walk anyway. It was just a drizzle by the time we got our tennis shoe on, then it finally stopped. We could see a rainbow in the Western sky. 

Its always nice to take a walk in the afternoons with my love. We talk about our day and wish on our future. Rain or shine or even when the devil is beating his wife.


12 comments

  1. Amazing, our evening was almost the same, except the hula hoop! I did carry an umbrella for insurance.

    I love this:
    Its always nice to take a walk in the afternoons with my love. We talk about our day and wish on our future. Rain or shine or even when the devil is beating his wife.

    And yes that is part of our life's vocabulary!
    Love from the MTS!

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  2. It is so cool to be out in the rain when the sun is shining. As you know I don't mind walking in the rain and do it often. My walk is my alone time. : )

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  3. I have heard that saying my whole life.

    When I still lived in SC I did love to walk in the rain.

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  4. Now that is a phrase I have never heard. I do love sunshowers though...

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  5. Mama used to tell us that one. I was actually driving through a sun shower yesterday on the way to the beach and that was the first thought that came to mind. 'The devil is beating his wife'.

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  6. Hep. Jilda used that phrase Sunday when it was raining a few hundred feet in front of us and the sun was out.

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  7. I don't think I heard that one. I do remember hearing thunderstorms was "God bowling" when I was about six.

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  8. We're in for some rain today...finally...the drought has been ugly

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  9. One of the many things I loved about Hawaii; you could walk in & out of the rain--the edge of the rain was cut that clean!!

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  10. A rainbow... Two lovers taking a walk...
    Is there something special going on?

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  11. never heard the expression either.

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