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Dear Rain

Depending on the day the rain is either my best friend or my worse nightmare.

Dear rain,

You are once again keeping me shut up in the house as you make the temperatures drop. I cannot even go down to the laundry room to finish the laundry that I let go neglected during the freezing cold. 

I am thankful when you wash away the dust that causes my allergies to put me in misery, and for the watering of the fields that you do so well.

I could do without the wet roads that set my nerves on edge but I suppose it is a give and take process after all. 

Until the next time I look forward to snuggling under blankets and using you as an excuse to stay inside and have time to myself. 


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