Love that line: The past soaks into you

“In February, the overcast sky isn’t gloomy so much as neutral and vague. It’s a significant factor in the common experience of depression among the locals. The snow* crunches under your boots and clings to your trousers, to the cuffs, and once you’re inside, the snow clings to your psyche, and eventually you have to go to the doctor. The past soaks into you in this weather because the present is missing almost entirely.”

- Charles Baxter
The Feast of Love

*also applies to rain

How's the weather — real, imagined, or on the page — in your world?