Day’s End




while eating

my dinner in car.

You just take

Buttermilk Hill Road

which leads to 

Gallant Woods Park.

Breathtaking sight!

(Psst! Do you see 

the luminous 

turquoise moon


behind heavy,

dark gray clouds?) 

 πŸŽ‚   πŸ’

Happy #37 Birthday,

dear Carrie Marie!


53 responses »

    • Aww, Sarah! I would have enjoyed sitting with you while we ate dinner on this evening. I like the reminder to stay “in harmony with my surroundings and nature.” I liked quoting you, dear! A perfect description to follow in our lives. ❀ xoxo

    • Sarah, I had some downfalls over weekend, personally maybe my guy friend is overwhelmed. In my grown son’s life, he lost an old friend who took his father’s dying of cancer hard and committed suicide. Had four grandchildren in my one bedroom apt!
      We painted pictures, watched movies, played a few games but I am so worn out.
      I am happy you liked my quoting you but you are an amazing artist and writer/humorist, dear Sarah!! xo ❀

      • Oh, Robin! How terrible! I am so, so sorry for all of you! IΒ΄m lost for words really about the tragic loss your son is going through… How very, very terrible to loose a friend like this, and how terrible for that friend to have felt so utterly alone and lost to choose suicide. Do your grandchildren know what happened? If not, you must have had a hard time not to show it. You are an incredible grandmother and IΒ΄m sure the kids had a lovely time no matter the circumstances. And I hope you can regain your strength over the next few days and that your guy friend will stand by you. Can you take off a few days from work maybe?
        Sending you love, hugs and strength, my dear friend!!! xoxo ❀

    • Thank you for saying the image was beautiful!
      I agree, Merril with magic found in both the sun rising and its setting. I think the fact it may be gloomy with snow or rain, but it won’t be too many days till we see a burst of bright sunshine once again. πŸ™‚

    • Oh wow!! Yay, Colleen for the best description of the way the sun’s rays look! Now, go straight to your drawing pad and add the picture to your radiant words! πŸ™‚

      • Colleen, I really think you have drawn the sunshine rays (before?) but need to add the curved line of the land. Then your excellent words. “The sun gives the earth a crown.” ❀

      • You are very wonderful with using lines to imply so much more than what is shown. πŸ™‚ This talent eludes me, but I continue to draw in my own way, Colleen.

      • I think you and I feel the same way. I don’t think I draw “good”. But I draw for fun and manage to at least imply what I see. And sometimes that makes it even better. I hope that makes sense.

    • Yes! We need some leaves, Kirt. I am unsure why the moon was this color, since it could have blended in as gray or shone white. Still it did look so brightly colored, reflecting the sky particles so nicely. . .

      • it definitely has a surreal color glow to it!! I always remember the coming of April as the month the trees leaf out when I was growing up in Iowa!!

      • I do love the pretty light green hue of new growth, Kirt. I like how your “growing years” state is on a similar or parallel plane as mine is now. It means I give you some bits of nostalgia. πŸ™‚

    • It is heavenly and I was blessed to be here in these few golden moments in time, Ann. I am always happy for the gifts we receive from Above. ❀ Have a wonderful week ahead!

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