Showing posts with label Rainbows. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Rainbows. Show all posts

Tuesday, November 19, 2019

The Promise of a Rainbow

Yesterday on the way home, after spending a rainy day in the city, the sky cleared and a rainbow appeared.

The rainbow and landscape was prettier a ways back down the road, but my husband, even after all these years, has yet to figure out that, "I want to take a picture of that," means, "Stop the car," until I actually say to him, "Stop the car!"  By then it is usually too late. (If I just say, "Stop the car," he panics and thinks something is wrong, so I cannot win this one.)

Oh well.

Yesterday we spent most of the afternoon at the Breast Care Center. I had a call back on a mammogram and this was the date they scheduled for the two-hour re-do and sonogram. Turns out I have cysts, so nothing to worry about, but it was not exactly how I wanted to spend my 36th wedding anniversary.

We went to lunch before the exam visit, so we did not go out to dinner.

Consider this a reminder to do your self-exam checks and your check-ups and all of that stuff that women (and men) need to do to stay healthy. You just never know what really is at the end of that rainbow.

Friday, September 15, 2017

Seeing Rainbows

These were taken with my Nikon P500. I also took some with my new iPhone SE, but I can't figure out how to get them to the computer.

Sunday, September 09, 2012

The Awe of God

We had an awesome sunset last night as a cold front moved through.

To my west the sky was brilliant orange as the sun danced off the backs of clouds.

To the east, a streak of a rainbow offered up God's promise, offering comfort as the weather turned.

I think 2012 is the year of rainbows.

Saturday, February 25, 2012

Another Rainbow!

On Thursday morning, around 7:30 a.m., I spied another rainbow out the window.

These rainbows are very unusual - in the 25 years I've lived here, I've never seen this many - but I suspect they are what happens when you have the strange and untimely weather we've been experiencing.