What is wrong with a little rain, after all it is just water. Growing up in England there was no choice. Rain was a way of life. I remember my mum with her saying when we were expecting visitors and they were late. “Perhaps they are not coming as it is now raining”, which seemed to be a general excuse. We Brits thrived on rain, we had no choice. If you got some good weather, you could be sure that the rain cloud was preparing for the next deluge. Basically I do not mind rain, as long as I am indoors. Since being somewhat handicapped with mobility, rain is a reason why I stay at home. Driving on a schooter in a shower is not fun, you get wet and so does the scooter. On the other hand nature needs the precipitation for the tres and bushes and other green growths on our planet. Indeed it is one of the main signs that we have a living planet.
I must admit it is now at least a month since I have seen or felt a drop of rain. It it very cold and now and again we get an apology of a few snow flakes, but nothing dramatic.RDP Sunday: Precipitate
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O ye goode auld country! I remember walking through a foot of snow to get to school. Just outside Coventry, we were, poor wee kids Nah we loved it.
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I remember having to be careful of snow falling from the roofs
Yes that was quite dangerous.