The FIRST of the Season—–Sunday, February 23, 2020

All the way from Kate Chiconia in Australia 

“Hi there
We’re still getting lots of rain, and I try and take the dog out for his walk between downpours. Here you can see a lovely shallow rainbow that greeted us at 7am the other day. Enjoy!

There is was in the cloud hidden sky a beautiful halo of light.

Floating, just there, filling the sky with its delicate fluttering colors!

Thank you, Kate!

My first rainbow of 2020!

(I apologize for pushing the button for this to be published on Saturday. I got very excited about the rainbows and wanted to get them UP for early Sunday delivery and pushed send on Saturday. 

I also have been confused with my days, since we went to the grandkids’ basketball game on Thursday, which made my weekend become messed up.  Friday felt like Saturday, Saturday felt like Sunday…old age I suppose.

Anyway, I try to always keep my blog current and active with the days of the week and my life.  Please accept my apologies for posting this on Saturday and again today.)

As always—
From my world to your heart,

Linda

 

16 thoughts on “The FIRST of the Season—–Sunday, February 23, 2020

  1. Took me a minute to realize it wasn’t your regular post. Rainbows are special wherever they are in the world. Kate is sweet to send you one of hers while on holiday. 🙂 Have a wonderfilled day. It’s shiny and bright here. Rain again tomorrow and I’m grateful for every drop.

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  2. It has rained every day of our trip so far, but WE DON’T CARE! Let it rain, let it rain, let it rain. It’s warm while it does, so it’s not miserable and cold and soggy, just beautiful water falling from heaven and restoring the land.

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