What's worse than misty, spitting, drizzly, rain? If it's going to rain, I just assume have it pour.
On the other hand, why is it universally true that when you have a great boyfriend, you meet five others after having only met troll after troll, or no one at all, for the prior 9 - 10 months in a row?! Or, what about getting a good job finally and then a dream opportunity comes knocking, or two, or three? Have plans this weekend? Now you have 15 invitations, each better than the one you just committed to after you've gotten out of the first four or five somehow.
I attribute it all to timing. The universe has a funny way of timing things pretty badly sometimes. Maybe it's just me. I've always noticed a pattern of bad timing, whether it's something pretty minor like getting in the other lane the nano-second the traffic starts to move in the lane I just abandoned, or some major career move at the wrong time or geographical move and realizing I shoulda, woulda, coulda. My dear friend pointed out, however, that I have a bad habit of assuming the grass is much greener in everyone else's yard.
I guess the key is to live in the moment and hope that everything happens for a reason, is meant to be and/or insert your favorite cliche here!
I do like a good downpour whether it's rain or snow, but I'd like, just once, to meet the right person at the right time, get the right job and stick to it, have it be sunny AND hot at the same time, and last, but not least, go outside and sing in the pouring rain!
Enjoy whichever element is your fav.