Who doesn’t marvel at the wonder of a rainbow? There’s something about seeing such colorful grandness arching overhead that makes all of humanity stop and stare. And a double rainbow? Well, that must just bring twice the good fortune.We recently spotted this double delight while at our son’s and new daughter-in-law’s wedding in Colorado. We were conversing during the rehearsal dinner, everyone thrilled with the light rain that was falling then (instead of the next day at the outdoor nuptials), when the natural phenomenon was spotted. Oh, my, we all gushed. Surely this portends extra special good luck for the happy couple. And because we thought it, it is true.
Since that day, this picture has beckoned to me more than once.
A good friend’s mother was celebrating her 91st birthday and my friend asked 91 people to send her mother birthday wishes. Their address? Rainbow Road. Of course, I sent a copy of this picture in my card.
A dear mentor of mine recently celebrated her birthday. She’s given me the comfort and wisdom of her old-soulness, in ways I’ll never be able to repay. But, she reads this blog. And, so, I can offer her this double rainbow of good wishes. JAnd, lastly, we just heard about the death of a very special aunt. As we prepare to bury her and to say our goodbyes, this picture, again, makes its way to the group of us. We feel lighter looking at it, as if we’re connected, again, with our loved one who has joined the spectrum of light.
It’s time for me to pass the double rainbow on, and so, I give it to you. Take from it what you need and keep it for as long as you like. Then deliver it to others who will make good use of it.