Rainbows should never be missed. This photograph is a rainbow that appeared over our fair city last week. Never, ever miss a rainbow. Happy PRIDE!
and in other news . . . .
There's a lot of sadness in me. Still. Oh, but there is some joy, too. I don't want to over-emphasize the sadness, nor do I want to dismiss it. With me, as with most of us (I guess) there are competing emotions that go tearing around our hearts and souls. You can't figure me out easily. Well, I can't, anyway.
Tomorrow is the day i leave on the Big Trip. I'm excited and apprehensive - it's that sad and joy mix-up again. Maybe it's more fear than sadness? Hm. Sad to be alone. Joyful to be out. Sad not to know all the details of the trip. Joyed to live with spontaneity.
The joy is far easier to live with than the sadness. But sometimes the tears just need to come forth. I let them; never a real problem for me. Except when it is. No, the sadness will not pull me into a bottomless well. though I sometimes fear that. No. I will make it through. And some joy will show up.
It also helps being ADD - I see something shiny and I'm off in a different direction. Look! a rainbow.