An El Paso rainbow. Photo from Pinterest.

Hi everyone! We’re finally halfway through this week! I hope it’s going well for you! Rainbows have always been a sign of hope after a storm, both in life and weather wise for me. They are also a sign of good luck and fortune in my opinion. On my drive home from work, I saw a rainbow two days in a row. To me, it was a sign that I’ve been through so many storms but…I’ll eventually be alright time after time. It’s rare that I see a rainbow in the desert, much less two days in a row. I’m lucky if I see one once or twice a year. I tried my best to take a photo of them both days but it didn’t happen…not this time anyway! What, if anything do rainbows mean to you? The Bible has a few stories about them. I should have local art later this evening. If not, I will be back on Friday with music. Have a great day everyone!  


The photo I attempted to take in the car! I was unsuccessful at capturing the rainbow! 😦 


  1. I’ve seen double rainbows a few years back but not this time. I’m hoping for the best! This year has been rough. Thank you for checking it out, Gwin! 🤗❤💐🌷

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  2. I was just listening to a woman who was talking about seeing double rainbows. I’ve never seen that phenomenon myself but I can imagine that if one rainbow is beautiful then two of them together have to be awe inspiring.
    Although you saw two on different days, I consider that to be a good omen!
    I think you’re right-rainbows are a sign that everything will be alright in your life-no matter what has already happened.
    Hey, my friend, why not make a ‘quantum’ leap and expect something miraculous to happen 🙂

    Very nice post!

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  3. I always think of the Biblical promise when I see a rainbow….God promised that the world would never be destroyed by water again. That’s always what immediately pops into my mind when I see one. 🙂

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