A Passel of Rainbows—Sunday, October 2, 2016

rainbowI thank each and everyone of you for your kind thoughts, emails, and FB and blog comments.

I am doing ever so much better!

rainbow-of-hopeOne of the main reasons Terry took me to the hospital was we thought I might be having a heart attack…pain in my left side, indigestion, tingling fingers, shortness of breath—so off we went.

Along the way we had rainbows.  I knew at that moment I was going to be okay and I was not having a heart attack.  And, of course I wasn’t having one.  YAY!
rainbow-at-battlement-mesaOn the way to her school in Battle Mesa our oldest granddaughter saw a rainbow and sent it to me.  HOPE!

bow-over-the-plateauThen this morning I saw this!  Is it a rainbow or a sundog?  Either way it’s beautiful!

plateau

I feeling ever so much better!  Thank you so very much!

Linda

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26 thoughts on “A Passel of Rainbows—Sunday, October 2, 2016

  1. Perhaps it’s a sunbow or raindog. Glad they were giving you something decent for the pain, but isn’t it so much better when you’re off them? Took me half a year to be free of my meds, but it’s made such a difference! I’m very relieved to see you sounding like yourself again 🙂

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  2. I have no idea what a sun dog is but I guess that means more research. BTW, I’ve been trying to figure out why I have received NO notifications of your posts. I will go back into my reader in the morning. It’s driving me nuts. I did see that I’m actually following and that took a bit to confirm. I’ll keep this page open to remind me to look for the solution.

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