Double Rainbows – and other bits of life in Charleston
Yesterday felt like a typical hot summer day in the Low Country. I spent the day with two awesome clients who have (wisely) decided to make Downtown Charleston their new home base for their retirement years. After all, they tried Florida – too boring. Living in Downtown Charleston is anything BUT boring. We checked out some great condominiums in fantastic neighborhoods – South of Broad, Harleston Village, The French Quarter, Ansonborough, Wraggsborough, and the King St. district. One of the highlights of the day was a walk around the newly renovated Colonial Lake. Wow, kudos to the city of Charleston and all the volunteers that made it happen. It is a beautiful space! They have completely transformed the park areas around the lake – if you have not been there in a while – put it on your list!
Back to the rainbows. As the day ended and the brief storminess brought on by the heat of the day subsided, we were all rewarded with at first one of the brightest rainbows I have seen in a while. Shortly thereafter, the second rainbow appeared beside it. Spectacular! It was the second double rainbow I have seen in the past month. The last one was on John’s Island during my daughter’s high school soccer game. This one was in my neighborhood of Seaside Farms.
Some believe that rainbows are symbols of a celestial bridge of sorts. Going along with that – it was truly the perfect ending to a perfect day – the bridge to Charleston. Let me help you over the bridge to find your next home here in the Charleston area. Contact me anytime, I am happy to help you buy, sell or rent your next home, or even just answer any questions you might have. Call/text: 843.973.0062, email: email@example.com.