Chris Walsh (chris_walsh) wrote,
Chris Walsh

Does this mean the same to you as it does to me?

There's a phrase my family used when we lived in Southern California, and that phrase is "liquid sunshine." We'd say that when there was rain with sunlight breaking through (i.e., sun rays coming from one direction and raindrops coming from another). Does anyone else use the phrase that way?

(I won't be Googling the phrase for fear that the results would be something like the results for Googling "golden showers.")
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