Why We Love the Rain

It’s officially time to start expecting the rain to fall. Spring is here, but not without the necessary drops of water that quench the thirst of the soil. Each tiny drop helps to bring the beauty of spring to life—and be honest—when the scorching summer days hit, you kind of miss the rain…just a little. Living in the Pacific Northwest, we get our fair share (some would say MORE than our fair share) of rain. It’s okay, though. We’ve learned to love the rain. Here are some of the reasons we should all love the rain!

It makes being inside feel cozy

Inside on a rainy day

If you got your heart stomped on a sunny day, it just wouldn’t have the same effect.

Pride and Prejudice

It keeps your lawn nice and green

Green yard

Rainy days are a great excuse to spend time together as a family

Mommy and Me Craft Projects

It brings rainbows—sometimes double rainbows


It’s better for kissing in

The Notebook

It’s better for singing in


It makes for more dramatic shirtless moments

Jacob-Black-breaking dawn

Without April showers, we wouldn’t have May flowers!

May Flowers

Have you ever been inspired by the rain? How about using resin to envelop a picturesque scene inside a rain drop? Or, find a creative way to interpret the scent of a fresh rain shower—maybe some grass green hues sparkling with clear crystal accents. Try playing with slate blues, smoky grays and one bright pop like red or yellow to symbolize getting caught in a downpour with your rubber boots. Don’t get upset when the clouds roll in—use this as a sign to challenge your mind, to delve into your creativity and find a way to capture what’s going on outside.

Yellow Rain Jacket

There are so many more reasons to love the rain….why do you love the rain? We’ll leave you with some cool quotes about the rain. Brought to you by goodreads.com.

“I always like walking in the rain, so no one can see me crying.”
― Charles Chaplin

“Some people walk in the rain, others just get wet.”
― Roger Miller

“Can’t you see that it’s just raining?
There ain’t no need to go outside.”
― Jack Johnson

“Whoa, whoa! Hold up, there, kid. She lives in Forks, remember? So she gets rained on.”
― Stephenie Meyer

Happy puddle hopping!


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German Shepherd Rescue of Orange County Blog.
Conrad Art Glass Gardens
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