Liquid in the Sky


The day liquid fell from the skies over Perrydise Hill.

This liquid was clear and cold, and seemed to originate from strange, dark, floating structures that occasionally shot out bright, crackling tentacles of light, accompanied by deep, loud, rumbling noise.

After initial reports of Invaders from Space proved false, it is now believed that the dark floating structures were “Clouds”; the light tentacles were “Lightning”; the loud rumbles were “Thunder” and the cold, clear liquid was an atmospheric phenomenon that was believed to be virtually extinct - “RAIN“.

This entry was posted in 2011 and tagged Drought, East Texas Hill Country, RAIN, Summer. Bookmark the permalink.

One Response to Liquid in the Sky

  1. Donna says:

    It rained again last night – September 18, 2011! WooHoo!