Friday, February 3, 2006


Gray, rainy days, like today, make me reflective for some reason. I like rainy days, truth be told. I like them better when it's warm out - I love being out in the rain during the summer. Playing in the puddles, not caring if your work clothes get ruined, it's a break from being a grownup. At least I think so. :)

But the gray, rainy days get me for some reason. I think way more than I normally do (which is really saying something as I know for a fact I think way too much), about things that normally don't get more than a simple thought. This is the type of day where you want to burrow down into the covers when the alarm goes off. Where spending the day on the couch watching the Discovery channel is wayyy more appealing then going to work.

I've heard about seasonal disorders, and wonder if rainy days count towards that. Is it really a disorder though? Aren't most people happier when the sun is out? Isn't that just normal? I'm not trying to trivialize seasonal disorders, so don't send me hate mail if you are affected by it. I admit I know nothing about it at all - I'm just thinking out loud.

What do I think of when I get reflective? Lots of things about nothing, decisions that I've made in odd situations, my feelings on the more sober topics (like politics), and little things here and there that are of no consequence anymore. Stupid stuff really. Kinda like this entry. :)


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