Question of the day

What do you do to pass the time on a rainy summer’s day?

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8 Responses to Question of the day

  1. Jenny says:

    Well I wish I could go back to bed. But since I have a 2 1/2 yr. old that’s not possible! So if Hunter really wants to go outside we’ll put his rain gear on and he can go play in the puddles. Otherwise we just play in the house.

  2. SKL says:

    You mean, other than work? Well, if it’s Wednesday (museum day) or a potential shopping day, I go about my normal evening business. Otherwise, I have a bunch of things to do with my kids, which we never do in the summer when it’s nice enough to go outside. Stuff like putting their train table back into working order, simple cooking lessons, learning games, music lessons, or a DVD. I’m about to buy a membership to the nearby rec center so we can go there when the weather sucks (which is at least half the year for us).

  3. Rain? We take pics. Don’t get much rain in AZ.

  4. Ellen says:

    Thinking of Holland, :-). There it rains so much more than here in CA. I mostly do the same as when it is sunny, I just do not hang the laundry outside! 🙂

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  6. Nikki says:

    Movies, games, cards, TV. We always find something to do with our time. I love rainy days, just not too many in a row.

  7. starlaschat says:

    Same as snow days. :+) Putter around the house, Blog household chores, cook, read, clean.put on my raincoat sometimes and walk in the rain if it’s not rainning too hard.

  8. Joy says:

    I’m with Nikki. I like a nice rainy day too but not too many in a row. I like to make a bowl of popcorn, wrap in a comforter and read. Aw, that sounds good.

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