When I first saw this rainbow on the way to work this morning, I could only see about 10 degrees of the arc. As I drove down the road, it kept getting longer and longer, and I kept drifting closer and closer to the ditch on the side of the road, but thankfully by the time it looked like this, I had found some place to park. It really did look like this with the rays beaming from the rainbow to ground.
When I got home from work, I found we had some new visitors who had come to eat the grass. I wish that they would eat some more. This is really unusual. It's only the second time we have had goat visitors.
Here's a picture of the first visit. It was nice that she wanted to be so friendly and everything but when it looked like she was about to put her hooves on the window in the front door, I told her that she had worn out her welcome.
I was looking at the stats for the blog this afternoon and I can't tell you how much it thrills me to know that people who google the phrase, "what do bed bug eggs look like," are led to my blog. I don't recall actually writing anything about bed bug eggs or even bed bugs, but I guess the word vermin is close enough.