Hi Don, I agree, I don't air my personal feelings a lot. I put them into my art then when things get out of hand, I get real sick. Like recently. I can't say as this methodology is constructive but I am very shy. It comes from working in the dark for so long as a darkroom photo technician.
Tell me what ever you feel at the time. I'll listen. I only wish I could express to you the things that are in my art.
Hi there, I am glad that you came through your rough patch. This week has been a real winner. I am feeling a bit happy that I just got through it in one piece! I hope you got your car in the garage last night. I don't know if I could survive all that snow. Hope to talk to you soon.
Hi Don, I hope that you are feeling better today. I think that both of us have been overcooked by this week. I hope that you have a better weekend. I have today to get through and then I will have a chance to think about things. Wishing you the best today.
Hi Don, I hope that you are well. I finally got released. They let me out of the cage for awhile. I feel like I am doing a marathon with this work thing. I will write you a mail soon. I need to go to the store. I need pants for work and to stop at the pharmacy for some stuff. I really don't feel like going anywhere today. I don't know what I am going to do for the weekend yet. It is still rainy out but it is really super warm, almost 70. I think it is spring here already. There are a bunch of birds outside singing right now so at least they think it is also. What's up with you today?
Done, Alright the basics happen like this; when a beam of light hits a raindrop it gets refracted on the way in and the way out. The first refraction will form the primary rainbow. But a few of these beams will bounce of the raindrop not once but twice. It is the secondary beams that bounce back that end up forming the second rainbow about 9 degrees above the first rainbow. Also, since not every beam is bounced back twice the second rainbow will always be dimmer.
Not only will the secondary rainbow be dimmer but it will also be inverted in the colors. Blue will be on the outside and red on the inside. And you thought I didn't learn anything when I was in art school!
A rainbow is an arc of light separated into bands of color (parallel stripes) that appear when the Sun's rays are refracted and reflected by drops of mist or rain. The colors of the rainbow are red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and violet. These are the full spectrum of colors that make up the sun's white light. Thus, rainbow is a multicolored arc of light in sky.
Hi Don. I thought you might have missed it, but I did comment on the Poetry Group about loving your poetry. I don't think much about writing in the summer, but it's a good remedy for winter's cabin fever! I hope you and Miss Kitka are having a good weekend.
Hey Don, good morning, thanks for the Valentine's wish, that was so sweet. I hope that you had a good time. I got surprises. I got flowers, roses multicolored, a heart shaped balloon and taken to dinner last night for a surprise. It was a nice evening that I didn't expect. Hope that you are feeling better. Let me know if you are okay.
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