Most people love sunny, instead of rainy, days largely because sunshine can often make us feel cheerful and a gloomy sky usually depresses us. As a matter of fact, all forms of life need both sun and rain, but any excess of the two can bring trouble or even disasters to the world. Thus if there is anyone who complains of the excessive rainfall in this winter, his complaint is understandable. Anyway, how many people can bear to see the world darkened and dampened because of the rain almost every day? The continual rain is really boring, but I find that in addition to sunshine there are lots of things which can make me cheerful too. So, if the Goddess of Rain doesn't feel like stopping crying, the best thing we can do is let an invisible sun shine in our hearts. Furthermore, many signs show that this rainiest winter will soon be gone and spring will shortly be in sight.
It is very inconvenient for me to go out on a rainy bay. Especially if it is a rainy day in winter . If I find my clothes or shoes or both wetted in the rain. I am usually in a bad mood and make a mess of everything. Getting clothes and shoes wetted on a rainy wintry day can also make me catch cold. This winter is said to be rainier than the past winters so you can figure our what a hard time I have so far had. Because this is my last term as a student I am mad about learning everything, fearing as if I had no more chance to learn. In spite of the rain I had to leave my dormitory to attend classes on the campus. So you can imagine how I cursed the seemingly rain. Right now my greatest hope is only that the rains will soon be over.
This is the rainiest winter I have ever passed. During this long period I heard all kinds of complaints whenever I went out, coming mostly from merchants, farmers and, especially, students. The weather, however, didn’t bother me much, for what interests me most is reading indoors. This winter I spent most of my time staying in...
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