We had five days of rainbows over Lake Washington last week. It was amazing, and I was able to grab a few shots. Here’s a couple. Our house still needs a lot of work, but we are finally in permit phase. Thanks to several months of delays caused by having to fire the first design firm of Batt and Lear for a host of reasons, we’ve hired a new architect and builders to help remodel our home. Rainbows, of course, make everything better. So we take solace in our amazing views, fun neighbors and our really great new team of professionals.
This is from a very recent review on Amazon by Larry Hoffer, who I don’t know. I wish I had articulated the theme of this book as well as this reviewer did when I first published the book:
Airstreaming is a poignant, emotionally compelling book about the power of love—love for your spouse, love for your parent, love for your child, and the desire to be loved. It’s a book about the hurts and resentments we keep buried inside, and our need to escape, even when we should face reality instead. And it’s also a story about how sometimes the refuge we need isn’t always the best solution for us.
Thanks for this review, Mr. Hoffer, it made my day.