In June of 1998 my Father passed. I was left to clean out his personal things in his prescious little beach cottage at Plum Island, MA. The process was overwhelmingly emotional at the time and I ran out to the surf and looked to the heavens sobbing uncontrolably..Finally, as I composed myself, excaiming to the heavens and my Dad.."I'll take care of Mom and the cottage as I promised..If only there was some way for you to send a sign that you were alright!!" Precisely at that moment, a Double Rainbow formed to my right and left along the shore line running North and South..Joining right over my head. I was 58 years at the time and had never seen a Double Rainbow before. I ran up the beach and people were pointing it's your Dad!!! Never morned for Dad after that Day. The following morning the local Newburyport News had a picture of the Double Rainbow over P.I. with a captian, that the photographer had been taking pics of P.I. for 28 years and had never seen a Double Rainbow..Then came 9/11. The president had asked for a Nat'l Day of Prayer. I attended a local church and among the prayers were a few parting words for my Dad..Stating that lot's of people were coming his way..Please pay special attention to Ruth and Juliana McCourt..Tell'm a few stories, show'm around and maybe a cool drink. Be sure to tell them that I will be a good friend to David and I will pray and burn a candle for them for the rest of my days..The next day, Saturday, I attended the Memorial Celebration of Life in Flanders, CT. Among the speakers was Ruth's Mother. Mrs. Clifford, opened her eloguent presentation with the following words.."I knew Ruth and Juliana were with us this morning when I drew the curtains overlooking the Sound, there was a Double Rainbow stretching across the sky. I am 76 years old and I had never seen a Double Rainbow before in my life!" From that moment forward our families did in fact meet. And a votive candle will be burning somewhere to celebrate the lives of Ruth and Juliana from that moment..Thanks Dad, Mrs. Clifford and Dave for having me.