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What is your favorite rainy day activity?

Asked at Massachusetts Street on October 18, 2007

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Photo of Rachel Rademacher

“I prefer to stay inside by the fireplace and read a book.”

Photo of Robert Archambeau

“I like to work. It’s a good time for an artist to stay in and get some work done. I’m not tempted to go outside or go fishing.”

Photo of Michelle Andrews

“I just like to stay home and read a book or watch a movie.”

Photo of Micah Heikes

“I like to play the guitar when it’s rainy outside. It’s definitely an acoustic day today.”


canyon_wren 10 years ago

I love rainy days--maybe because they are few and far between here in "canyon country." I have so many outside chores much of the time, so always am pleased to be "forced" to stay inside for a change. I usually spend time sewing, or sorting and discarding stuff--organizing old photos, etc. Sometimes I just fix some popcorn and read. Too many good choices of things to do on a nice, rainy day!

ohjayhawk 10 years ago

Rainy day? What's that? Being in an exceptional drought, that concept is completely lost on me.

jonas 10 years ago

I think I'm with hitme. An honest answer would probably get me banninated.

Flap Doodle 10 years ago

Using mashed potatos to make replicas of Devils Tower National Monument.

sgtwolverine 10 years ago

Watching or photographing a sport that isn't concerned about the rain. I like football and soccer games in the rain. (I would prefer them in the snow, but that's a rarity for high school events. But two football playoff games were rainy last year.)

As far as indoor activities ... I'd be happy just watching a movie or House or something. It's just nice not to be in the rain if I don't have good reason to be.

Bone777 10 years ago

"I just like to stay home and read a book or watch a movie."

  • Michelle Andrews, nurse anesthetist, Lawrence

I don't think it is appropriate to puts someones religeous beliefs to identify them on the OTS...

ms_canada 10 years ago

I'm with pywacket but leave out the dog, change tea to vino and I'm all set for a great day whether sunny or rainy. Incidently - we are having the best autumn that I can remember. Sunny and warm 95% of the time. Good for long walks observing natures changing colors. Just love it.

John Spencer 10 years ago

That doesn't look like 'Massachusetts Street' that looks like Borbers. CONSPIRACY! CONSPIRACY!! CONSPIRACY!!! CONSPIRACY!!!!

jonas 10 years ago

"ms_canada (Anonymous) says:

I'm with pywacket but leave out the dog"

Whoa! Talk like that might get YOU baninnated!

gypsy10 10 years ago

I'm with Pywacket - minus the dog and plus a Maine Coon Cat. Oh, first a trip to the House of Cha for Bubble then follow Pywacket's instructions!

gypsy10 10 years ago

Oops - Bubble Tea (not just Bubble) ! Maybe I have a Bubble Head today???

GretchenJP 10 years ago

AAACK!! Katie, you scared me. Go sit in the corner, Ms. Horner.

riverdrifter 10 years ago

I'd agree with thatgirl. Outside of that, I'd take a duck blind on a dreary November day over by Maple Hill on the Kaw. My Lab loves me...

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