I love the song that has a similar title to this experience.  It is so true that even on our worst days, the love of our life can help us to see sunshine over rain, pleasure over pain, and good over bad.  So what do we do when they walk away as quickly as they came?  Do we chase after the rainbow left behind?  Do we look for the warmth of the sunshine?  Do we run from the storm and it's wake of devastation?  Just what do we do?  It is something to think about.

fungirlmmm fungirlmmm
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14 Responses Mar 28, 2009

Hehe i am so glad I wrote this a while back. I have my sunshine and fell asleep in it today.

It is tough.<br />
All I can say is, install some solar panels and bask in the sun. Recharge.

OK I will.

Sounds like an awesome plan Lyla.

The best thing we can do is be our own rainbow. Be our own strength, bring ourselves light through the darkness. It's not an easy thing to do, but we can all do it if we just try.

She was devoted to a man that didn't deserve it.

Glad you ladies liked it. Smooches!

And this house just ain't no home every time he goes away....<br />
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Great song, FG, and now I will be singing it in my head all day!<br />
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As for your thoughts, I think that it is the circumstances that should dictate the appropriate actions. It is hard to just let someone go who is your sunshine, but if they habitually cause you stormy, dark days then you are probably better off without them.

Maybe... ;p

LOL better than it being stuck somewhere else.

Now this song is stuck in my head....

I like that song too. <br />
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Hey sweetie.

would Johnny Nashs<br />
I Can See Clearly noe the rain is gone.

Exactly...I was writing a little about my grandmother in the end on this one. My grandfather was an SOB but she loved him to the end and followed, even chased after him many times and I think to a certain extent even though he is dead, she continues to do so.