Mine began with toast, jam and watching 3 huge cooling towers disappear from sight out of our back bedroom window during controlled demolitions . So, y'know ... just an average ordinary Sunday ...
We did manage to snatch some photos of the disappearing act ... so watch this space. But, until then ... here's a page I made earlier.
It's been raining quite a lot lately, which is good for [at least] 2 reasons:
-  because there's been a lot of talk of droughts hitting the UK recently, so hopefully this is helping alleviate things for now; and
-  because when you don't get rain, you don't get rainbows.
This particularly spectacular and scrapworthy rainbow sneaked up on us while driving home from York last month.
I'd grabbed the camera to capture a huge rain cloud gathering alongside us [the kind of huge, dark, glowering thing we refer to as an 'Independence Day' cloud ... iykwim?].
And immediately after snapping this shot:
... I turned around and gasped when I spotted this:
So James turned off the main road as soon as he could and we drove along a country lane, trying to get closer to it:
This 7Gypsies rub-on quote seems to say it all:
The word 'Rainbow' in the title, the little snippet of rainbow beneath the photo and the words at the top:
If I'm honest, despite having lots to blog about, I've been suffering from an uncharacteristic bout of blogger's-block lately. But I'm sure I'll be back later this week with something ... or other ...