Weather could affect your feeling or not

@kevinll (967)
China
January 28, 2010 6:39pm CST
I don't care more about the change of weather. However my feeling could be affected by weather. On rainy day I can remember some bygone,especially the bad feeling. I feel tired and just want to sleep. If in sunny day I have more power to do many things. I'd like to go out, such as river bank or hill. I don't want to be affected by weather. Sometimes it could happen casually. How about you?
4 responses
• Estonia
29 Jan 10
Weather can actually change my mood. Sunny weather always cheers me up. It's also easier to wake up early in the morning when the sun is shining. Then again, a rainy weather can sometimes make me sad or bring up the bad memories. But it's not always that way.
@maximax8 (28570)
• United Kingdom
29 Jan 10
It is winter at the moment in my home country. I liked it this morning when it was really sunny. It wasn't all that warm though. I felt inspired to do mjany things today. It was the sunshine that had made me really happy. When it is freezing cold I don't feel all that happy. Non stop rain can annoy me. I don't mind the odd rainy day. In tropical countries it is lovely in the dry season and I still feel just as happy in the rainy season. The rain in my home country is cold and getting wet through makes me miserable. In Summer I love to vistit the beach, go on picnics in the countryside and have days out to interesting places. The hot weather gives me the power to achieve a lot.
@p3ks626 (6550)
• Philippines
29 Jan 10
Most of the time my mood is affected by the weather. I feel gloomy if the weather is also gloomy and I feel really lazy during those weathers. If its sunny, I like to do a lot too. Basically things that I need to do at home. The worst weather I could think of is the rainy weather 'cause I dont wanna go outside if its like that I dont wanna get wet and the roads are slippery and muddy. However, I think there's one good thing about it, the climate is cooler. =)
@spalladino (17924)
• United States
29 Jan 10
Sunlight, or the lack of it, can have a definite effect on your mood and your energy level. There is a condition, called seasonal affective disorder, which many people suffer from during the cold weather months when there is less sunshine, the days are shorter and they're dull and dreary. This is one of the reasons why I love Florida. We have sunny days most of the time and I feel best when the sun is shining.