Thursday, June 8, 2017

Rain...Rain...Go Kristin Wallace

I live in South Florida and normally our weather looks like the above picture. It's the Sunshine State. We're known for the...well...the sun.

However, for the the last 6 days it's looked more like the pictures below. There's been street flooding. It even caused the huge, local outlet mall to close because the parking lot flooded. 

Since I've lived here for so long, I'm used to the sun. In fact, I can't stand to go more than 2-3 days without it. It's depressing. All you want to do is sleep. I don't know how people who live in rainy places do it. I've been to San Francisco once and while it's a very beautiful city, I had trouble with the foggy weather. To me it was like the sky was touching the ground. I felt almost claustrophobic and after a couple days I needed to get out. I'd be equally unhappy with a dreary, cloud-covered winter in the north. The forecast predicts even more days of rain so maybe I'll have to put up posters of sunny locales. Or stare at pictures I've taken on my phone, like this one...

How do you feel on rainy days? Do you like it? Or does it make you stir crazy? What do you do to feel better?

Kristin Wallace is the USA Today Best Selling Author of inspirational and contemporary
romance, and women’s fiction filled with “Love, Laughter and a Leap of Faith”. She is the author of two best selling series, Shellwater Key Tales (sweet contemporary romance) and Covington Falls Chronicles (inspirational romance). Her tenth published novel released April 24th - Last Stop At Paradise, Book 3 in the Shellwater Key Tales.

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  1. Hi Kristin,
    I also love sunny days, although rain once in a while is perfectly OK. Sincere congrats on you 10th release!

  2. I prefer the sunshine, but sometimes a rainy day is perfect for reading. Congrats on the 10th release.

  3. I live in the desert, so a rainy day is welcome.

  4. We've had enough rain in northeast Florida over the last week to finally bring our rainfall level up to normal for the year. The days may be dreary, but it looks like we will can look forward to a pretty weekend. I haven't seen numbers yet, but really hope that all the rain has had some impact on the area wildfires.