Sunday, June 14, 2009

Sunday Serenity

I will never stop being thrilled by a rainbow out my front door.


  1. Rainbows are nature at its best. We get them frequently, sometimes a double rainbow. They don't last long, but for those few seconds or a minute, they're spectacular.

  2. I'm back. Just want to say that your comment board worked without a snag; not even any error messages. Cross your fingers.

  3. Auntie M: No matter where I've been, when someone says, "There's a rainbow," everyone rushes outside or to the window to see it. Where I'm at in Utah, they are not that frequent because rain is not that frequent. For the last few weeks though we've had some good rainstorms, so it's been nice.

    I'm glad to hear the comments box is working better for everyone. I guess I will never know for sure if it is because I deleted the Followers or because I changed the commenting format. Maybe both.

  4. That is really gorgeous! It must have been breathtaking to see in person:)

  5. septembermom: It was really pretty. Cameras never do the actual scene justice.

  6. I think I said Iowa in another comment when I meant Utah. As I wrote it it felt wrong, and I nearly changed it to Ohio. I'm so glad you're old enough to laugh in sympathy with my treacherous brain to mouth to memory connection. (Is Utah the place where the Osmonds came from? Are there lots of Mormons? I'm sorry my US geography's mainly a result of TV, popular culture and film.)

    I told my kids that my mum in heaven sends rainbows to say hello, to cheer us up or help us. I kind of started believing it myself as it always happens when a message seems most needed. We have LOADS of rain over here, but the problem with our equation is the missing sunlight!

    Where are you from 'SeptemberMom?' Is your birthday in September? I feel a blog trip coming on.

  7. Janice: No, your memory is just fine! I live in Utah, but I spent the first 37 years of my life in Iowa. I have mentioned it quite a bit in my posts, so it's easy to see where you might have thought I still lived there.

    Yes, Utah is where the Osmonds are from and that is soon to be the topic of an upcoming post. There are mega-Mormons here, in fact the town I live in has a huge Mormon pageant every year that brings in tens of thousands of people to my small community of 3,000. It's quite the event. I get to meet people from all over the country and world.

    Oh, I like your rainbow thoughts...


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