You must really hate the weather, huh?
Now, first of all, that is simply not true. Yes, I’m originally from San Diego, and yes, I now live in Manchester. But, just because the weather is different, doesn’t mean it’s worse. It’s just different, and I’ll be honest, there were times when I could feel that I had, in fact, gotten too much sun. Usually after a day announcing at an event or out at a clinic in the sun for six to eight hours. I come from somewhere where there is not enough water to go around. Where we worry that, soon, there will be water-rationing.Â Rain, to me, is something that is waited for–and the sound of it falling is a good thing.
So, do I mind the rain, right now? Not so much. I don’t like the fact that I don’t seem to own appropriate footwear. (Who knew how many open toed shoes I had?) I am liking, however, the snow. We haven’t had as much as the rest of England, just enough to be pretty without causing too much chaos.
So, no, I don’t dislike the weather. I did choose to move here, and I can always go somewhere sunny for a visit. I own a cool, colourful umbrella, and I ride somewhere with a covered arena. Now, I just need to own more than one pair of close-toed shoes.