As the storm started leaving yesterday I saw another RAINBOW!!!
END TO END!!!
Then last evening the sky looked like THIS
Beautiful and peaceful and just right lovely!
Your friend on a western Colorado farm,
Silence. As the tension leapt like flames in a campfire.
We had a couple of fun evenings with our Grandchildren…tall youths running in swirls of pure energy and studied action
We reveled, in that buzzing hive, so loud and excited one might think the hive had been knocked down from it’s safe perch in the trees 🙂
The exhilaration of movement and jubilation bubbling very close to the surface as baskets were made or a ball taken away from the other side
Always, always these two lovely grandchildren will meet us and give us hugs; telling us ‘thank you’ for coming to watch them play.
Grandchildren….they are life’s great joys!
(Tally doesn’t have any sports right now, so she sat with us, snuggled close to Grandpa and I.)
From my world to your heart,
I think Every One needs a dog…Don’t you?
We were out working, Mom, Dad, and I. Doing this and that. Going here and there. Then I noticed that Mom and Dad were sitting down taking a break.
Heck! I’ll just take one with them!
Mary Carlson, from Duluth, Minnesota took this wonderful sunrise photo. Then sent it on to me for all of us to enjoy.
This is what she had to say: “Linda I took the picture yesterday morning off my second story deck using the iphone camera. I live in Duluth, Minnesota, so the clouds were lake affect clouds from Lake Superior.
“Enjoy, I did as I sat in my favorite chair in the corner that gets the morning sun. I’m there now re-learning to knit. A relaxing peaceful day filled with many blessings. Congrats on getting the farm put to bed. I put the yard away about Oct and it’s always a good feeling to move inside and switch gears for a few months, well in Minnesota it’s for many months. :)”
I am so blessed because of you, my wonderful blog readers. I do so enjoy these amazing photo gifts from your neck of the world. Thank you so much for sending them to me and then allowing me to post them on my blog.
Your very humble friend in western Colorado (on a farm!),