two days afer i got there, i saw this amazing sight, below. i took an instagram photo and posted it to my facebook page. then i grabbed my big girl camera. because, i mean, wow. i honestly thought the end of the rainbow was something that didn't exist, i thought perhaps it didn't actually touch the ground anywhere, ever. God is so good, and he showed me His glory and that the end of the rainbow was real and really did touch the ground. see it? just in front of the little trailer in the neighbor's yard? i mean it's a little hard to see, but it's there, i promise. and behind the house over there is the end of the second rainbow. it was so awe inspiring. i imagine rainbows are seen often here, because it rains so often. not all the time, mind you. but randomly and quietly. unlike here in Texas, where it rains giant, loud raindrops.
and then the next day, the clouds cleared up so i could see another amazing sight. we walked just a little ways to get these photos. it was incredible, and for whatever reason, i didn't expect it to be so... so ... i dunno, close? visible? amazing? i just didn't expect the amazing sight i saw. but i was glorious. and God was just showing me more his amazing creation.
he really enjoyed pulling up the grass. and here are more funny Greyson faces.
you just don't see cute little creatures like this where i live way out in West Texas. no. you see giant mosquitoes, big o' gnats, big spiders. not cutie frogs. Toby, can we move now? i kid, i kid. i just loved the scenery so much. (also, pretend like Josh' hand is the proper color, mkay?)