Had an interesting conversation with my husband last night.
I heard him say, "Rain is shooting on Toronto."
What went through my head? Well, first, if my husband is talking about the weather in Toronto it must be really, really catastrophic, since we live in the heart of the USA. Moreover, it's not like we have family or anything up there. In fact, the only person the word "Toronto" brings to mind is my favorite actor, Steve Byers. So, unless my husband thought the city would be wiped off the map, he wouldn't bring it up. (Keep in mind that this conversation happened late in the evening when I was exhausted, so I wasn't at my best.)
Next thing to go through my mind (and all of these thoughts just kind of fly through my brain in a few seconds) was, "Wait, it's too cold for up there. It'd have to be sleet or snow." But he said, "rain."
After that I'm thinking, rain "shooting?" Really, unless there's been an invasion of aliens with some sort of weather machine that shoots out viscous weaponized rain, that's kind of a strange term to use describing weather.
Finally, I say, "What?"
This, of course, does not help. My husband repeats, "Rain is shooting in Toronto."
Now, I'm really, really confused.
My husband at this point is convinced that I'm either only half-listening to him or maybe I've been replaced by an unintelligent android version of myself.
I say, "I don't understand."
He replies, again, "Rain is shooting in Toronto. Well, the castle is in Ireland so they shoot there some too."
At this point the light bulb came on, "Oh, you mean 'Reign' the TV show."
He says, "Yes. What else would I mean?"
At this point, I sunk onto the couch, glad the kids were in bed and realizing that I seriously needed to relax.
We'd been talking the day before about where the actual castle in the TV show "Reign" was located, so it was sweet of him to look it up, but when he brought it up out of the blue, well, confusion reigned, pun intended :)