Rain reminder

Remember:

When it rains, and eventually it will, you can go out.  Or stay out if you’re out, don’t just run in.  And you can let it rain on you.  Take a drizzle at least or let it fall, so much that you let it soak you.  So you can feel it dripping down.  See it coming, watch, look up.  See it beading on your skin and see the little rivers forming, down and off of you.  Watch it pool and puddle.  You can hear it.  And even turn your ear up to it.  Maybe tapping, applauding, crashing.  And smell it… indescribable, moisture, earth, yourself.  You can let all of this happen on top of you. Lucky you under the rain, the pouring water from the sky, at least for a little bit.

This is not a metaphor.  This is about rain.  And what you can do next time.

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5 thoughts on “Rain reminder

    • Thank you so much for your feedback. I wrote it so I will remember as well… Oh and I’ve been wanting to visit Vancouver for some time now. Now I’ll know what to expect and I’ll be willing to get rained on a bit! Thanks again!

    • Hi! Thank you for reading and commenting. I am really pleased that you are enjoying my posts. It’s been a bit of a tough month and I have been struggling to keep up with posting daily so it is very encouraging to be liked! Thank you so much for the Liebster nomination, I really appreciate it! I am so very flattered and will be looking into it so I can give it the attention it deserves. Sorry it took me so long to respond- my job has me super swamped. I hope you have had a chance to enjoy the rain and that a bit more sun is in the horizon if that’s what you’re feeling like these days. My very best wishes to you! Thanks again (:

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