When the sun rose above the clouds on the eastern horizon, we saw one of the most beautiful scenes imaginable. The light on the water created a color (or colors, I don't know) that appeared to be separate hues of gray, pink, light blue, and perhaps silver, while at the same time somehow blending together to form a solitary color. If I had to name it, it would be, well, I don't have the foggiest notion.
FRANCES: For me, watching the sunrise is a wonder and a struggle. I am trying to make sure the video camera (mounted on an extra paddle) has the horizon in the proper line, shooting still shots, keeping the kayak facing the right way and watching the sun waiting for that "perfect" shot. All the while, enjoying and marveling at the wonder of the beauty that is before me. I want to be able to take what I see on the water and bring it back to you here.
I can't wait to see that "emerald" rainbow. I don't understand a rainbow that can just be one color, but I know it must be absolutely beautiful if the Lord has chosen it to circle His throne.