Warm rain in a hot country is lovely. When I living in Singapore it could get really muggy during the day and rain was a welcome relief. However, in the UK it's generally a bit miserable when it rains but it doesn't stop me from going out.
Loved the rain when I was a kid. What a lot you could do then. All those muddy puddles to stomp on, open air showers! Hate when it rains too much now - clothes cannot be dried outside, painstakingly straightened hair gets ruined, mud gets into the house, running in the rain is out of the question with super high heels! But I still love the rain for my kids and the plants:)
I have always enjoyed the rain, as a child it provided some of the most precious moments shared with my mother. I was fortunate enough that she was open to my suggestion of walking in the rain, no umbrellas, bare headed we would stride out into the rain. It is something that I enjoy to this day, I shared it with my daughter, and now I do the same with my dog. When was the last time you jumped into a puddle?? Treat yourself, there is nothing like it,
I do like the cosiness that te rainy day concept promotes.
Enjoy reading or just a chat with the family.
Getting caught in rain during a warm day is heaps of fun too.
I had the best time walking in the rain in Bali , my partner enjoyed it too.
I enjoy sitting watching the rain. Also enjoy laying in bed listening to it. My grandmother had a lage cat, Tom, who loved the rain. He would run across the tin roof sounding like a lunatic let loose. We used to laugh at his antics, then he'd come inside when he was ready, sit up on the sink and wait for the tap to be turned on so he could drink from it. Obviously he didn't drink whilst cavorting over the roof.