Do you prefer bright, warm, sunny days or cool, gray, cloudy days?
I've always been a bit of a rebel; when I was eight or nine, I decided that cloudy days didn't get enough appreciation, so I decided to prefer gray days. A few years living in the desert, and my love of cloudy days became cemented for entirely different reasons. That, and I hate hate hate feeling hot or even warm. Cloudy and 64 for me, please. What's your preference and why?
I also enjoy grey cool days. They're great days to go out and hike for a long time.
I enjoy sunny, cool days in the summer and cold, grey days in the winter.
I prefer bright and warm, sunny day. It uplifts my spirit so that I can enjoy the warmth of the sun.
I like sunny days such as in the spring because it's not too hot and not too cold. I don't like the spring though because my allergies act up a lot, especially this year so there's really no happy medium for me. But I think that's the best time to go out and enjoy nature, exercise, whatever it is that you like to do.
I would opt for cool, gray, cloudy and rainy days..
I don't like hot weather
I love the rain..
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