How do you feel when it rains all day? Do you get depressed or do you like it?
It makes me feel sluggish, like I just don't want to do anything.
I like rainy days cause it's the best weather for laying on the couch under a blanket and watching a movie.
If Im working I don't mind but when I'm home and want to go out it makes me feel down. But whats that song rainy days and Mondays always get me down.
It depends on how cold it is at that time. How do I feel, usually refreshed. Then, again in the San Diego area it doesn't arrive real often. When I lived in Seattle a different story.
Rainy days seem to stimulate the creation of so many nutrient and benefitual means of agriculture, why should one ever feel let down. Naturally, rain is the key ingredient to healthy living, as well as a biological blessing to the contaimination that has corrupted the Earth. Have you ever danced and laughed in the rain until it was time to go home?
Varies - sometimes rain makes me feel a little foggy in the brain - other times I find it soothing - I guess it depends on what is going on in my life at the time.
I can take a few hours of rain, and on rare occasion, an entire day. But...for the most part any gray, dark weather depresses me within hours.
A rainy day does not depress me; but I do feel drowsy on rainy days - just wanting to lounge, nap, or sleep.
I hate the rain, i feel like its some sort of punishment to keep me on a lock-down. I have too much to complain about the rain. Getting wet, i might sound stupid but my clothes, by handbag, shoes, my makeup...arrrgh!! Driving when its pissing it down gets all confusing too. Not a fan.
I like the rain, probably because it doesn't last too long or rain to much in San Diego. I especially like it to rain at night, helps me sleep better. I find things to do so I don't have to go out. If I have to drive on the freeway then it's not so great.
It depends on if I have to leave the house or not. Sometimes I like it if I can stay in and we need the rain.
Many times, however, it will bring me down.
My preference is sunshine and blue skies but I know we can't have that every day.
Thanks for all the input guys and gals. I should just shut my mouth now....it looks like on Sunday the mid-Atlantic could see some snow. Time to go stock up on duct tape, bread, and milk. Time to panic!
I love the rain. Something about it feels comforting. Almost like it washes away all the crap and everything is brand new again.
When I lived in the UK I used to get depressed as it was always cold when it rained but here in Florida it is fresh and nice when it rains makes me feel good.
I love the rain, it is soothing to listen to and it makes everything so green. All day works for me.
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