Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Almost Wordless Wednesday: A Rainbow

I wanted to show my mother a rainbow. I told her that I knew where to look for them. It was lightly drizzling on Monday when sunlight burst through the clouds. I told her if there was going to be a rainbow it would be opposite the sun, "Come out and look." She loved it!

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  1. I wish I could share a rainbow with my Mom. How lovely.

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    1. Colette-- I look at the inevitable future and know that I will think of my mother whenever the sky puts on a show like this.

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  2. Every day that you see a rainbow is a good day indeed. So glad you could share that with your mother.

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    1. NCmountainwoman-- I'm with you on that, a day with rainbows is always a good day.

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  3. Love rainbows! Great photo!
    Sending a big hug to your Mom and to you too. :)

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    1. sonia-- So glad you liked it, and thank you for the hug!

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  4. The Woman Who Summons Rainbows! That's what I shall call you henceforth.

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    1. John-- I love that name so much. You just made my day!

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    1. paullamb-- It was even more so in the sky!

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  6. I think it is so cool that you are getting to show your Mom things that make you happy and in turn will make her so.

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    1. Arkansas Patti-- There is something about showing my mom these atmospheric optics that make us both happy. This morning she came looking for me to make sure I was seeing a truly awesome sunrise!

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  7. Funnily enough I was looking at a rainbow with my mother the other day too.

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    1. John-- It must be rainbow season with our mums!

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  8. you see things in the sky that most others pass by....you, with your wonky neck.

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    1. Tara-- You know I kill my neck to keep looking up. I can't seem to stop anymore.

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  9. Rainbows ... yes, I remember those. Maybe one day we'll see one here.

    Glad your mother liked it.

    Oh, I showed Leah your anniversary post, and only then noticed that Roger is wearing the same tie. Ha! And with a T.

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    1. Mark-- I hope you get rain and rainbows there soon. We had fun posing for our anniversary pic, wearing some of our very old clothes.

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  10. Somewhere over the rainbow...dreams come true <3

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    1. Optimistic Existentialist-- And there's always that pot of gold.

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