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Get in the kitchen and make soup or dumplings and do some baking.
Elaine Garner | Via Facebook
Want to curl up with a cozy blanket and a good book.
Margie Hargrove, Bowie-Cass EC | Daingerfield
Glad I’m retired from delivering mail so I can sit on my porch and enjoy it.
Tanis Williams, Wood County EC | Fruitvale
Want to make oatmeal, hot cocoa, tomato soup and grilled cheese.
Kimberley Bailey Riggs | Via Facebook
Remember when it was dry and I promised not to curse rainy days.
Mark Browning, Sam Houston EC | Goodrich
Think of the monsoons in 1967 when I was stationed in Vietnam and dreaming of home one day.
Billy Paddie, Deep East Texas EC | Center
Hopeful that we get enough to help our drought conditions.
Glenn Quesenberry, Hamilton County EC | Hico
Want to hibernate.
Penny Haulman, Tri-County EC | Granbury
Want to dance and sing in the rain.
Norma Armstrong, Sam Houston EC | Woodville
Very happy—as well as all the animals and plants that need it.
Kathy L’Huillier, Bandera EC | Comfort
Anne Seidensticker | Via Facebook
Want to grab a good book, a cup of international coffee and a lap rug.
Charlotte Larson, Grayson-Collin EC | Celina
Sad and bored.
Alice Thies | Via Facebook
Glad I am working inside.
Janis Janca, Fayette EC | La Grange
David Roye | Via Facebook
Feel good. Water brings peace.
Vickie Cole, Sam Houston EC | Tarkington
Larry Havel | Via Facebook
Yearn for more rainy days.
Kay Bradshaw Holland, Concho Valley EC | San Angelo
Do the happy dance.
Linda Westerfield | Via Facebook
Reminisce about my youth with the soothing effect of rain falling on my bedroom’s tin roof.
Dan Balzer, Guadalupe Valley EC | Yoakum
Thankful. Farms always need rain.
Felicia Hardesty Stanfield | Via Facebook
Want to stay in my pajamas all day, eat popcorn and binge-watch a Netflix series.
Julie Grall, United Cooperative Services | Joshua
Smile. It brings to mind really beautiful memories. Liquid sunshine!
Linda Cotter | Via Facebook
Think of playing with Lincoln Logs and Tinker Toys.
VickiJo Brozovic, United Cooperative Services | Granbury
Hike in the mud. Life is better outside.
Pat Watters | Via Facebook
Pull out all the barrels and buckets to catch it to water my garden in the days ahead.
Priscilla Samaniego, Tri-County EC | Colleyville
Linda Brown | Via Facebook
Want to bake cakes, cookies, pies and bread—and eat them too!
Laurel Herzog, Bartlett EC | Thorndale
Sleep the best ever, especially when there’s thunder and lightning.
Nama Beadman | Via Facebook
Wish I was catching the rainwater running from the tin roof into my grandpa’s cistern and us sharing the dipper.
Aletha Moyers, Big Country EC | Roby
Drink, but hell, sunshine does too.
Pete White | Via Facebook
Fix a pot of soup.
Vanessa Goodwyn, Trinity Valley EC | Montalba
Happy as long as it’s not freezing.
Estella Rowan | Via Facebook
Want to stay home in my jammies.
Vicky Dudley, Deep East Texas EC | Nacogdoches
Eat, eat and eat.
Linda Jones | Via Facebook
Happy, happy, happy.
Judy Coates | Via Facebook
Thankful for good drivers if I’m on the road and thankful for electricity if I’m homebound.
Betty Strawther, MidSouth EC | North Zulch
Wanna stay in bed.
Mary Elaine Hagedorn | Via Facebook
Want to sit next to a fireplace and read an exciting book.
Roland Contreras, Bluebonnet EC | Burton
Sylvia Howell | Via Facebook
Want to watch old John Wayne movies.
Joanne Coulter, Bandera EC | Kerrville
Thomas Townsend | Via Facebook
Want to go outside and dance in it.
Denise Willis, Jasper-Newton EC | Jasper
Happy; I love thunderstorms.
Glenda McCleskey | Via Facebook
Want to escape to my craft room to sew and quilt.
Kitty Whitmire, Jasper-Newton EC | Kirbyville
Just stay inside and chill all day by myself and watch movies on my phone and be alone.
Jeannette Payne | Via Facebook
Want to bake cookies or get on my boots and splash in water holes. (Old childhood memories live on.)
Ethel Hill Gallant, Houston County EC | Kennard
Feel calm and quiet.
Carla Clinton Reavis | Via Facebook
Happy for my trees.
Linda Harward, Pedernales EC | Georgetown
Grumpy, unless it’s in the heat of July when clouds and rain bring the temps down.
Ann Williams | Via Facebook
Sad because I know my solar panels won’t generate enough electricity to power our house.
Aaron Codispoti, Pedernales EC | Meadowlakes
Slow down and practice much needed self-care.
Tina Marie | Via Facebook
Curl up on the love seat with hot chocolate, my three dogs and oatmeal cookies to share.
Micheal Lowry, HILCO EC | Whitney
Rainy days and Mondays always bring me down.
Robert Vaughn | Via Facebook
Rainy days and Mondays always get me down. RIP Karen Carpenter.
Terry Garcia | Via Facebook
Thankful I am not homeless.
Michelle Myhro, Bartlett EC | Jarrell
Go sit on the porch and watch.
Barbara Underwood | Via Facebook
I go to mom and then we snuggle. (What my 7-year-old wrote in response to a similar question at school.)
Nate Werdenberg, Lyntegar EC | Seminole
Build an ark when it’s a gully washer for more than a day in South Texas.
Carol Johnson | Via Facebook
Skip around the house excited that I get to wear my rainbow-colored, polka-dotted rain boots.
Laurie Miller, Pedernales EC | Cedar Park
Lora Horton | Via Facebook
Want to sit quietly on the porch and listen to the sound of raindrops falling on the ground.
Swati Mittal, Farmers EC | Murphy
Betty Schwene | Via Facebook
Ecstatic, because we live on rainwater catchment.
Susan Biggs, Bandera EC | Center Point
Christopher O’Dania | Via Facebook
Really grateful we have Mother Nature helping us.
Raymond C. Sherman, Guadalupe Valley EC | Cibolo
Susan Yown Roberts | Via Facebook
Want to sit in front of the fireplace eating ice cream.
Susan Faubion, Heart of Texas EC | China Spring
Charlyne Smith | Via Facebook
Want to sleep all day.
Elaine Spence, Wood County EC | Lindale
Billy Thompson | Via Facebook
Want to grab my largest umbrella and go for my daily walk, only this time to enjoy the great smell of the outdoors and inhale the really fresh air.
Rosalie McAndrew, Pedernales EC | Georgetown
Beverly Tobias | Via Facebook
Want to pop popcorn. Raised on a farm in Cherokee County, one of the few days we had for inside family fun were rainy days. My father, Armen Darby, a member of the board of directors of Cherokee County Electric for over 30 years, liked to pop corn on a rainy winter late afternoon. It served as supper that day with a Coca-Cola. Mother liked it because it was a meal Daddy cooked! I enjoyed that tradition this past rainy week—good memories.
Elaine Beal, Cherokee County EC | Troup
Cindy Frazier | Via Facebook
Sit on the porch and watch our ducks eat raindrops. They cock their heads back and let rain fall into their bills.
Norah Stuart, Tri-County EC | Lipan
Want gumbo and chili and sweets.
Louise R. Moultrie | Via Facebook
Think of my wonderful trip to London, France and Belgium—land of my forefathers.
Leona van de Velde, Pedernales EC | Blanco
Makes me want to drag my wife back to bed for a little cuddle.
Jerry McKenney | Via Facebook
Georgia Gaiser | Via Facebook
Gain weight and watch more TV.
Jim Geary | Via Facebook
Have the blahs.
Brenda Schickedanz | Via Facebook
Relax. It’s Mother Nature’s equivalent to a doctor’s note for the P.E. teacher.
Lori Kramer | Via Facebook
Thomas Eudy | Via Facebook