Tuesday, April 13, 2010

No Colorblindness in Heaven

As Thomas and I drove home from an appointment in town I marveled at the vibrant red buds.

It struck me that Philip would not have to suffer any longer from colorblindness. I wished I could hear him exclaim over the amazing palette of colors.

The hundreds of shades of greens are a symphony to my eyes. Pale celery collides with emerald which bounces off of chartreuse. The wildflowers are out in full force, trillium, trout lily, wild mustard.


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

yes. I love this. Colorblindness has always made me sad for him. Wow...heaven must be so much more vivid than we can begin to imagine. Love you, too. Lynne