We are going to look so pretty, one of those "outshine the bride" moments, haha no not really, it is going to be extremely hard to outshine that fine sister of mine! No but really, she is going to look ggggggorgeous!
So, as we walk out of the shopping centre the clouds were already grey and dull from the terrible rain that's on it's way. Luck was on our side, as we climbed into the car it started to hail, but smallish hail, lets say the size of a small nicker ball. So not that big, but sounds like a rock hitting your car when it hits.
There we are driving in heavy rain and hail hitting the car now and then (more then than now) and as we get closer to Alberton the rain stops.
Then my sisters phone rings, it's her fiance, he just informed us that his fathers car's front window was hit out by the hail they encountered. He tells her it was the size of a tennis ball and we were like "yes whatever, you're exaggerating"! haha were we wrong, because then we drove through Dinwiddie (area in Alberton) and that's where we saw it, the biggest hail BALLS lying on the lawn of the houses. No jokes. The ones there was the size of golf balls.
And to think if we drove through there 15min earlier we would have probably had the same damage. Can anyone say excellent timing???
So here is the proof for all of you thinking that I am being a tad bit imaginative now -
Water puddles we had to drive in
Streams of water over the roads
Now this is proper cooler box ice! Drinks will stay ice cold for HOURS!
Anyone for game for a round of ice golf?
She's got them balls in her hand!
And after all this I came across this -
I am a big ladybird fan!
And the red roses are proper proof that summer is here!
Tequila Tuesday baby!
"About the only thing that comes to us without effort is old age." - Gloria Pitzer