When I was young I always thought that someone up there in the skies was sitting on a cloud with loads of buckets filled with water just pouring them down on us. Which is quite odd to think, I'll just blame it on the fact that kids have rich imagination and believe that everything's possible, after all that's what makes being young so cool! However I'm not going to bother you with this `when I was younger everything was much better' chit chat, I leave that for my parents. Yesterday afternoon when I was walking through the rain after a long day of work, I caught myself hopping over puddles and mumbling 'it's raining men', which I think, afterwards, is probably the reason why I missed my bus. I hear so many people being negative about rain, which I am as well, but lets just be positive about it for a minute, lets turn the bad things into good things. Don't let a few raindrops ruin your day!
- Rain can be cosy. Sitting at home all curled up with a blanket and a steaming hot cup of tea, watching new girl or the big bang theory, while the raindrops clatter against the windows. Well if you ask me, there's no better way to spend the day!
- Don't let the raindrops catch you
- Perfect weather for reading
- Changing into some warm, comfy and most importantly dry clothes when you come home after a rainy day of work.
- Dramatic rainy kiss
- Rain is free water
- Sooner or later is stops
- It makes you enjoy the sunny days even more
- Sleeping is even better while the rain is clattering against the windows and roof, it makes you feel save laying there underneath your warm blankets.
- Get your wellies out and jump in puddles like a little kid.
- Bake a home-made apple pie
- Start a blog
- Get your creativity flowing
- Grab some lunch with your best friend and have endless talks about life
- You might as well enjoy it, because if you don't, it's still going to rain
"I learnt from a blind man that rain is one of the most wonderful things for him. He would hear the rain and through it "see" his surroundings. What was normaly an abyss of blackness would suddenly gain depth in an amazing simultanious multi directional orchester of sound, rain hitting leaves, rain bouncing of the pavement, thudding on the soil, tinering on the window, swoshing as the cars went through it's puddles. Once somebody has described rain like that to you, you never again see it as just wet."