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My Favorite Type Of Weather Is Sunny!

Sunny days are the days when we can do fun things.

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My favorite type of weather is sunny. Sunny days are always bright. The sky is always sky blue. The bright sun and the blue sky are the greatest sights to see on sunny days. They make people happy. Sunny days portray what summer is like. Sunny days are the days when we can do fun things. The fun things are going outside, walking outside, and going to the beach. They shape the mood and atmosphere of vacations. Who does not want to go on vacation on sunny days? No one wants to go on vacation when the weather is not sunny.

Sunny days can help us get Vitamin D. Vitamin D is important for skin health. People can exercise and sweat outside. Going outside on sunny days can make people feel better whenever they are moody. People should make use of sunny days and not miss out on the opportunities that it provides. If those opportunities provide benefits, then why not? There are a lot of good memories to make when going outside on sunny days. There are a lot of plans that people can do on sunny days. People probably cannot do what they want to do when the weather is not sunny outside.

The best part of sunny days is listening to music. I like to listen to songs that give me a sunny-day mood or summer mood. The music genre that mostly fits the mood is country. Country songs always make a sunny day look like a summer day. Sunny days are days when I am mostly in the car. Driving or riding in the car fits with the mood of country songs.

I wish that every day is a sunny day but it is understandable that there have to be days when it is not sunny.

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