Friday, May 22, 2020

Gold...and other colors

The kind that you find at the end of a rainbow, that is. Heck, I've never even found the pot! I didn't realize that I had as many rainbow pictures and items as I do until I went looking. You see, when I saw my suncatcher making rainbows on kitchen things this morning, I began to wonder about the real meaning of the rainbow. I know it means hope. I've always been fascinated by them since I was a young child. I don't collect rainbow paraphernalia but it seems I do have some.
Two rainbow containers that a daughter brought home to me years ago from one of her vacation trips.
A craft I made with ribbons and beads back around 2008.
Of course real rainbows are the best and I have seen many and caught just a few. They are not my passion but... 
The beauty of Mother Nature is always food for the soul.

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  1. Food for the soul indeed! I like prisms and rainbows after rains.

  2. I have always been fascinated with rainbows and always keep an eye out for them. They just seem so magical.