We went to the beach today. It was a beautiful day. There were a few white fluffy clouds, but the weather said no rain today. I put my feet in the water. It was a little cold. Hubby would say "It's refreshing." So I settled in the beach chair with my kindle.
Suddenly, I felt sprayed with water sprinkles. I looked around and there weren't a kids or any reason for me to feel water. My kindle was getting wet.
There weren't any clouds.
This is what is called a sun shower. It doesn't last long and at first it felt nice. But then it got cold. Nobody moved off the beach. I took my beach towel and covered myself like a blanket. And after about five minutes, it stopped.
Then another interruption. We had picked this spot on the beach because it was an isolated area. There was no one around. But when other people come, please tell me why, out of the entire empty beach, they have to sit smack so damn close to us? They were practically sitting in our laps.
This always happens. Sometimes we boat out to one of the islands and pick a deserted spot. Then along comes another boat. They have the entire island to anchor, but guess where they pick. Why?
I don't know why, but this annoys me.