Saturday, July 29, 2006

Still Saturday Sky Watching


It's a lovely Sat. sky today, isn't it? It's a hot one too and it's going to get even warmer as we go through the weekend, which is the type of heat and humidity I detest. However, we're oh so thankful for air conditioning.....what a blessing it is!

I'll keep it short today other than to share this picture with a view of last night's sunset as seen from our deck. I love the sky around dusk all year round but my favorite skies are in the winter time just when the sun starts to go down. It's a myriad of colors and shapes which always fascinates me and I can lose myself in a sky like this more easily than sitting by the oceanside.
I'll leave you with this lovely sky to get lost in.

7 comments:

Martha said...

Dearest Laura,
Ah, yes, we are thankful here in this area for AC!! I wholeheartedly, 100% agree.
Am trying to catch up on my blog reading & am loving all your photos & news & knitting - you are inspiring me, sweetheart.
XOXO

Joanna said...

Love the poem, yes, something to live by. Regret is a terrible pill to swallow.

craftybernie said...

So true!

Thanks for your comments re 3 col template.

I like the colours on your site. Wish I was brave enough. I keep trying different colour combinations but keep retreating back to the silvery colour that I downloaded with the template.

If ever you need any help when you get roung to doing the 3 column template let me know. I've spent many hours on this one and I am looking at changing it yet again!!!

Best wishes...Bernie

Sharon said...

You have been playing around with your colours again Laura, nice I like it.

It has even been warming up here to what it has been, even though there was snow visible yesterday on the mountains in the distance!!

Mary Anne said...

Laura,

that's a wonderful saying and I agree - tell someone you care about them now & don't wait for the future.

Love the sky photos also.

Prayerful Knitter - Shelly said...

The sky pictures are gorgeous.

The verses are very true.

I hope you have a wonderful week and stay out of the August heat as much as possible.

Shelly

farmgirl said...

I never get tired of sunsets. Yours was lovely--as are the verses. : )