This was a crazy weather moment we encountered a year ago in Ireland as we drove around the Ring of Kerry. The skies darkened, rain poured from the heavens, and a beautiful rainbow appeared right in front of us. We were able to pull over, but I couldn’t get out of the car for fear the wind would rip the door off its hinges. While I was snapping pictures through the windshield, sideways hail began pelting the car. I’m so grateful we weren’t out hiking when the squall blew through!
Daily Archives: November 16, 2013
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“Really?” Bethann raised a manicured eyebrow in disdain. “Never mind, I see Gina. I must go and say hello.”
“For Chrissakes, Jen, officers’ wives are worse than the bitchiest girls I ever knew in high school. There are more trip hazards in a conversation at these Navy luncheons than in any dark alley.”
“Yeah, it can be tricky,” Jen replied, watching over the rim of her Chardonnay as Gina and Bethann cut glances at them from across the room. “If your husband doesn’t get put up for promotion, at least you’ll know which topics are off-limits at the Christmas luncheon!”
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