Sunday morning I drove my other half to work dressed in my weird ugly leggings t-shirt lightweight-waterproof outfit so I could go for a run.
It was drizzling.
When I got back to Glasgow to run in the park it had developed into a full on downpour.
Within 5 minutes I was soaked, but I ploughed on through - the warm-up walk wasn't particularly warming. In fact I was shivering, but the first run was far more welcome as a result.
Initially I hopped over puddles, but after a section of path that was completely submerged and gave me no option but to embrace wetness entirely, splashing in puddles also became entertaining!
After 25 minutes of freezing cold watery running/walking I got back in the car. I considered taking some clothes off to minimise damp in the car, but when I made a vague attempt to peel the sodden cotton off my body it was just too difficult and I drip-drove back to the house for a much-needed bath!
In the afternoon I had a Beethoven concert, so got back in the car and was surprised to find that the seat was dry, but the seatbelt had retained the moisture (I suppose when it retracted into it's plastic shell that it stayed nice and soggy). Lovely!
The concert was fun - drove back - had some toast...
All in all it was an interesting day.