Saturday is National Find-A-Rainbow Day. (When typing the title, I miss-spelled rainbow three times.) I'm so excited... I think NFARD is one of my most favorite holidays ever.
...I love rain! and, of course, to have a rainbow you must have rain.
...it reminds me of my favorite neighborhood park in England. in the spring, that park was beautiful. crocuses covered all of the grass, and everything was growing, and it smelled like spring.
...rainbows are beautiful. and I love beautiful things.
...AND NFARD is my birthday. oh yes. fifteen years old. I'll be looking for a rainbow every single minute of the day.
(Ali- I fully expect something rainbow-ish for my birthday. ha. ha. Just kidding.)
It's supposed to "lightly shower" on the 3rd, so hopefully there will be enough for a rainbow. Now that I think about it, I don't think I've seen a single rainbow during the entire 3+ish years I've lived in Indiana. Sad day. Oh well. Maybe this year.
I love obscure holidays. Tell-A-Lie Day and National Honesty Day are both in April (the 4th & the 30th). Irony? I think so.
I really don't know how true NFARD is, but I've seen it more than one place while trying to see if there was a holiday on my birthday. And even if it isn't real, I'm still celebrating.
That picture (the very first flower this year!) is proof. Proof that spring is here!