Well, here is something else I thought I was noticing, which I now believe to be true (probably). In the spring, I prefer overcast days to sunny days.
Strange, no? The rest of the year, I much prefer the sun.
In the summer and fall, it is the opposite, I can be full of energy, but when it starts to rain or when it feels like it will start to rain, I often don’t feel so great. I always assumed this was because the mold started growing with increased dampness.
So why the reverse in the spring?
Today I had another look at the grass outside. It is overcast today, unlike yesterday which was sunny.
Sure enough, I can see yesterdays mold, its life-cycle spent, but no live mold growing today.
I assume that it is too cold for the mold without the sun.
This must be a very strange mold, since most mold prefers it dark. Usually, you will find mold growing in the basement, or under damp leaves, or some other sheltered, dark, moist and undisturbed spot.
This mold though, seems to prefer living out in the open and in full sunlight.
Mold Allergies – What is Your Experience?
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