He started talking about rainbows in the car. At first I didn't understand what he was saying, but once I remembered this month's theme, I blurted out, "Oh rainbows. Yes, did you learn how to paint a rainbow today Lewie?"
About five minutes later, it started to rain. In fact, it almost seemed like rain was on one side of the car and the sun was on the other side. "Look Lewie. We're having a sun shower."
I no sooner commented on the sun shower when Lewie shouted, "Mommy, rainbow. Rainbow, Mommy, Rainbow." There, on the right side of the car, a beautiful rainbow appeared from behind the clouds. I was taken aback. The last time I saw a rainbow was about seven years ago. I was taking a walk, thinking about my husband-to-be when it appeared. At that time, I was certain it was a sign that our relationship was meant to be.
Now, seven years later, a rainbow appears again as I'm thinking about my husband and our marriage...Is it a sign of hope? Is it a promise for a better tomorrow? Little Lewie and I admire it until it fades into the backdrop. I wish I had my camera; still, maybe if I stopped the car to take a picture, I would have missed the moment. "Take a long look Little Lewie," I whisper. "We might not get a chance to see another one for a long, long time."
|A similar rainbow to the one we saw--courtesy of Google Images.|