Rainy Day

Some people don’t like rainy days, but I love them. I might change my tune if I lived in a place that is perpetually gray like London or Seattle, but rainy days come and go in the midst of beautiful sunshiny days here on the east coast so I don’t grow tired of them. I’m one of those people who loves, LOVES to be outside as much as possible. Even when it’s freezing and icy, I’m outside running or walking my dog. While I do occasionally enjoy a good rain romp for the most part it gives me an excuse to stay inside and get all the things done that I keep meaning to do but put off so I can play outside. 🙂

As it is currently pouring, here is my list of things I wanted to do today:

1. Blog

2. Grocery shop

3. Work on my book #2

4. Sort through all the library books I keep meaning to read but have reached my two renewal limit and have yet to read them 😦

5. Go through the enormous pile of papers that now has a name (Henry) before it decides it’s hungry and I have to go grocery shopping again.

6. Prep for the colored pencil class I’m teaching – yikes! – tomorrow.

So, keep raining dreary sky, so I might have a fighting chance to get all this stuff finished! 🙂

  1. I love rainy days as well, unfortunately I didn’t get to stay home yesterday and enjoy it – driving in it is not as much fun! I also love that your pile of papers is named Henry!

    • Driving in rain is definitely not as fun as chilling at home! Hope you got to enjoy your weekend 🙂

    • Janette
    • October 17th, 2010

    Enjoyed reading your blog. I’ll be watching for your book. I don’t say that often. Want to meet my son? LOL- just kidding

    • Thanks, Janette! I always appreciate the support. 🙂

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