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    It's raining, it's pouring...

    old men snoring, etc etc-


    It's really coming down in sheets outside (here in California). What are some of your favorite rainy-day things to do?
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    have peppermint tea, heat up my famous bed buddy and curl up in bed to watch tv and nap.

    or i sew stuff. usually mending dog toys.
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    Curl up with a good book, and /or bake cookies with the kids when they were small.

    I love listening to the rain at night as well, I will open the window on a rainy night, even if it is cold. I used to love listening to it on the tent when I went camping as well.
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    If it is possible, I go to bed under the cover and watch American TV shows or read a good book.

    Here we have had snow already, it is gone now, happely, I hate the snow because it is so difficult/impossible to wheel outside.
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    Quote Originally Posted by woman from Europe View Post
    If it is possible, I go to bed under the cover and watch American TV shows or read a good book.

    Here we have had snow already, it is gone now, happely, I hate the snow because it is so difficult/impossible to wheel outside.
    is american better than the shows you guys have?
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    Quote Originally Posted by feisty View Post
    old men snoring, etc etc-


    It's really coming down in sheets outside (here in California). What are some of your favorite rainy-day things to do?
    I'm maybe forty miles east of you and it's the same deal here. To celebrate the day/weather I canceled my shopping rides and slept another six hours. "The Old Man is snoring." indeed.
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    We are a small country, they don't make too many shows. But I like some Norwegian, Danish and Swedish shows too. It is only too few, I have too much time especially in the long winter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by woman from Europe View Post
    We are a small country, they don't make too many shows. But I like some Norwegian, Danish and Swedish shows too. It is only too few, I have too much time especially in the long winter.
    ok, i got you.
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    Depends on my mood but its normally one of three things, watch a good movie or read, take a nap, or bake something.
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    My 12-year old is the one baking in this house and I love his cakes.
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