I know I should be thankful for the rain. Without it, Louisiana would be even more unbearably hot. But it seems like everyday this week (and according to the woman at the post office, it will continue all through next week) it starts storming exactly when it's time to leave work - which means I have to go outside in the rain.
By the time I got home, it was pouring. I parked the car and grabbed my umbrella. Due to the wind, the umbrella was pretty useless. The rain just blew up under the umbrella. Oh well. I was wearing new shoes, and I didn't want them to get ruined as I swam across the river (aka the street that floods when it rains). I was about to cross over to the building we live in when a very rude car sped by. Evidently they don't know the "pedestrains always have the right of way" rule - which rule is especially true when said pedestrian is standing in the pouring rain and you are sitting, dry, in your car. Not only did they not let me cross first, but they didn't even slow down. In fact, I think they sped up - spraying water everywhere! But, ha ha I jumped back in time to avoid being soaked with your rudeness.
I have to park in visitor's parking