Part of the Blogging A to Z Challenge. I’m blogging every day in April, except Sundays, thematically from A to Z. Find out more here.
When light and water meet in the sky on a summer’s day, for a brief moment, a rainbow appears. Fleeting and beautiful. Hard to capture.
The idea that a pot of gold can be found at the rainbow’s end originated somewhere in old Europe. In Silesia, an obscure area of eastern Europe, the myth notes that the angels put the gold there and that only a nude man could obtain the prize. Hmm….
There’s songs montauk-monster.com/pharmacy/phentermine about rainbows. Kermit sings it. A lovely song that brings back the magic of childhood. You can feel it again too.
Find happiness in double rainbows too! And laugh out loud with the Double Rainbow guy. Check him out!
“Double rainbows all the way. It’s so beautiful. Whoah! Oh, my God. Lookin’ like a triple rainbow. Full on. Double rainbow all the way across the sky. What does it mean? Wow. It’s so bright. It’s so intense. Ohhh!”
I love the Double Rainbow guy! Into him? Watch the song for a quick re-cap.
Catherine Stine says
Wow, so only a nude mn could retrieve the pot of gold? That’s not fair. I’ve been on the road the last couple of days, but I’m back at my computer.
Valerie Sloan says
That’s a real bummer…ruins all my hope of being able to find a pot of gold at the end of a rainbow. And there’d be no bribing a man either because chances are, that pot has more money than I could dream of affording!