R is for Rainbow
When water and sun meet we are lucky to see a rainbow. When in the biblical story of Noah’s arch the rainbow is seen, it is interpreted as a sign of hope, a sign that it will not be raining forever.
When I see a rainbow, I make everyone around me look at it too! It is just too magical to be missed out on.
I recall the little rainbows that formed when I was playing with the water coming out of the garden hose. What a discovery! I started to understand how rainbows are made. Continue reading “R is for Rainbow #AtoZChallenge”
D is for Dolphin
In the summer during which I turned 13, I saw real, non-captive dolphins for the first time. Continue reading “D is for Dolphin #AtoZChallenge”