Mamacita of What Would Jane Austen Do is currently shut in by foul weather and asking about favorite things one does when it rains.
For me, nothing beats reading by the rainy window wrapped in a down blanket with tea in a cup and saucer - neurotically, always the saucer. Living on foot/bike in the city means lots of being cold and wet in Wellies when it rains, all the better to stay inside with a book.
Coincidentally, I'm back on Jane Austen now, having already read through my stack of summer books including The Elegance of the Hedgehog (loved it), Three Cups of Tea (good story, terrible writing), The Eight (silly fun), Let the Great World Spin (stuck four chapters in) and The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society (bad title, good book).
Sense and Sensibility seems especially perfect for a rainy day. All that uprooting and living by the sea and reading by fires and being rescued in a rainstorm by a Colonel.
Any more book recommendations? You've steered me well before. Ideas for rainy days and sunny are appreciated!