Rainy days are awful. Rain is the miserable crying of skies, a wet inconvenience. It turns perfectly good paths to sloshy messes, and sticky hazards for vehicles. Rain stops fun activities in the great outdoors, like games and sports and bushwalks, forcing you indoors. You can catch colds and other illnesses if you go out in the rain. It is grey and bland and boring all day on a rainy day. Rainy days are the worst.
Rainy days are a fact of life. Rain is the result of water molecules in the air condensing so much that they fall to the ground, the source of fresh water. It can collect on hard & water-saturated surfaces, forming puddles. It can also mix with soil to form mud. Many people and animals do not like the rain, but it is crucial for plant growth. Some parts of the ground can catch rain, forming rivers and lakes. The grey of rainclouds is caused by their excess water content, and rainy days, while often unpopular and sometimes have a depressing effect on humans, are important to prevent droughts. Rainy days support life.
Rainy days are lovely. Rain is one half of a rainbow, the beginnings of happy. It makes puddles perfect for splashing in, and mud for mudpies. Rain invites you to read a good book inside, or spend time with your family. You can go out and catch raindrops on your tongue and dance and get wet then come back inside giggling to get dry in front of a roaring fire. There are so many shades of silvery cloud, and you can trace the water-lines on windows or watch the droplets fall outside on ponds that used to be driveways, so you can never be tired of a rainy day. Rainy days are the best.