Legends from our own lunchtimes

Thursday, December 16, 2010


As if to remind us that we've been praying for rain for ten years so we'd better jolly well enjoy it, the storms arrived today.

Not grey skies and intermittent showers interspersed with big rain dumps that we've been seeing for weeks. Genuine good old fashioned summer storm fronts.

Thunder, lightning, and hail the size of mothballs, golfballs and pinballs or chupa chups or match heads. Why can we not just use dimensions to measure the size of hail?

Darkness as though the night had come. The Ashes are playing in Western Australia and we wish they had the same storms.

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