Maybe It'll Rain Tomorrow
Maybe It'll Rain Tomorrow is the perfect title for Marion Houldsworth's Volume Two of From the Gulf to God Knows Where. Rain is a lifeblood and a ubiquitous topic of conversation in the bush. It can mean the difference between success and failure; life and death. 'Maybe it'll rain tomorrow' is a catch phrase used by country people and expresses the optimism and courage they show in the face of often almost overwhelming adversity.
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