I like rain, but not lightning. It still scares me especially when it crackles fiercely, though I wear my big mama panties, grit my teeth and pretend to my children that I ain’t scared. I prefer to be ensconced in my warm abode during such weather. Preferably, with a mug of warm cocoa or tea and some biscuits.
When possible, I always prefer to be ensconced in my warm abode during such weather. Preferably, with a mug of warm cocoa or tea and some biscuits.
Now Ronovan’s prompt makes me hungry and desirous of some gentle rainfall.
Huddling in bed under my cosy duvet
I enjoy a blissful read
forgetting the fierce lightning and heavy rain.
© Jacqueline Oby-Ikocha
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