Last Night’s Sunset—Monday, October 5, 2015

Colorado-RedWe had a most gorgeous sunset last night…

CRSuch a beautiful sight to behold.

Tonight after 5:00 I must call this certain number to find out if I have jury duty tomorrow. OH! How I hope I don’t have jury duty, or if I do…I am NOT picked.  

I do NOT want to be the judge of someone else’s life. EVER!


I’ve had people judge me, and my life, and even throw stones.  I do NOT want to decide the verdict of someone else life…..ever!

Here is a little Irish Proverb, which I like:  “When I count my blessings, I COUNT YOU TWICE!”

With much friendship,



26 thoughts on “Last Night’s Sunset—Monday, October 5, 2015

  1. I hope for your sake you are not called! It is something i never wanted to do either. Besides the whole judging thing I find it hard to sit still quietly indoors that long. I LOVE your header! Just yesterday when Alan and I were driving around the Adirondacks I told him how much the little road we were on looked like Wyoming when we went, all golden like that. Thanks for the memories!

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  2. GLORIOUS way to close the day out with color and Love. Have a marvelous week of Boomertime!!! Treats in just knowing he is out there and two friends in school here LOVE YOUR BOOK More later with blessings–Merri

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  3. Hoping you don’t have to sit on Jury Duty either! I’ve never had to, but I know alot of people who have! Love your sunset pictures. Gosh, it’s getting dark earlier and earlier. May our heavenly archangels protect us all in the encroaching twilight!!! You’re a good one, Linda….keep up the great blog!

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