Quotes about hope are ten a penny. For this blog entry I picked two, both from popular series with the word “star” in the title.
I watch this office every day as I have for 40 years, believing one day others like me would walk through that door. That my hope was not in vain. Today is that day. And that hope is you, Commander Burnham.
Aditya Sahil, Star Trek Discovery S3 E1
Blockade Runner Pilot: Your Highness, the transmission we received. What is it that they’ve sent us?
I’ve not seen one of these for a while; it’s been either sunny without rain or raining without sun. Finally the conditions were perfect for a rainbow to make an appearance.
I’ve been feeling autumn in the air for the last few days. Summer is ending. Though what difference that makes in these times, I don’t know. Only that days are getting shorter and time for my daily walk is moving to earlier in the day. Which makes me wonder about what this new way of life is going to be like in winter, if the virus is still a threat. I think we can expect it will be.
Probably every one of you reading this has at some point uttered the phrase: this year sucks. I have too. But no piece of news was as devastating as the death of the actor Chadwick Boseman. Devastating doesn’t describe it. There is no word that can describe it. It sucks, what can I say. Everything sucks.
So yesterday I finally got a chance to snap a rainbow with my new Canon. I bought it in February; prior to that I was using a compact Fujifilm, yeah I’ve not talked about that… Anyway, I’ve been waiting for rainbow ‘cos I’m such a sucker for rainbows–come on, a colour spectrum appearing in the sky? A sight for both artists and scientist? Yes, please.
I was talking to my mum on Google Hangouts when this happened:
I’m looking at this one and thinking, hmm, the only thing missing form here is a pink unicorn.