The Rain On Your Feet

          I’m wet

          A little electrified

          Energized and dampened.

          From walking in the storms.

 In other words, the weather

predicted no rain.  So I wore

sandals and spent the day

with wet feet.

The simple truth of every day life.

Rain on your feet

Is not as glamorous as I make it sound.

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50 thoughts on “The Rain On Your Feet

  1. tric says:

    Oh dear. It sounds like you flew by for a visit!

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  2. ivors20 says:

    Soaking wet feet in the rain, definitely a no no, hope you had a nice hot shower when you got home.


  3. ksbeth says:

    i kind of like being in the rain.


  4. Ilakkiyaa says:

    Lol. So true! 😂


  5. Sharon Dear says:

    Eh? Slippery walking in wets sandals.


  6. markbialczak says:

    Wet feet, damp soul, says me, MBC. I stay away from sandals and puddles. 😮 Can’t keep dry in Syracuse regardless.


  7. It seems like so many of us have storms on the mind lately. I did as well today, but my feet remained dry.


  8. goldenbrodie says:

    I tell you…it’s so hot here I’d welcome that walk in the rain. I agree there is energy in those drops.


  9. Oh I don’t know about it not being as glamorous. I’d sure love to be walking (barefoot) in the rain. We badly need it over here for the drought and fires. I love your drawing and am going to think on it real hard, maybe it’ll help that rain to come here. 😉


  10. Hahaha! I agree!!


  11. Ah it is that glamorous to me. I love rain, getting soaked, walking init, listening to it…lovely!


  12. I do AGree The Rain Has always given me peace and Joy

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  13. Kathy says:

    I hate when that happens. I’m bad for wearing sandals in the rain, my excuse is I don’t have proper warm weather rain footwear. 🙂


  14. I work in an electrician’s office and I have to say…I’m a bit frightened!


  15. superwifeandmummy says:

    This is fab


  16. arlene says:

    Walking in the rain…and having a good time.


  17. reocochran says:

    Colleen, sandals just tend to signal rain clouds. . .
    I had similar experiences in preschool visitations to those families who had children with developmental delays in past classroom.
    Sadly, once your shoes step through puddles where modules may be set on dirt in the country. . . mud is a high probability on quarterly home visits: at least once a year (or more.) I got in the habit of taking my shoes off, just would wash shoes and socks at the end of each day.


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