This past Wednesday I saw six rainbows! It felt good and reassure to have seen so many before lunch. A double rainbow was among those I saw. That means the sun was shining while raining.
That brought to mind how different cultures describe the contrast of rain and sun. In Hawaii it’s called ghost rain. Here are others I know:
A monkey’s wedding
The fox is taking a bath
The witch is making butter
The elephant has given birth
The devil is making pancakes
I’m sure there are many more. I’ve always known it to be rainshine and I’ll end this entry by quoting one of Kimo’s Rules: No rain—no rainbows. Aloha!