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Thursday, January 14, 2016


I take my honey to the RTD bus station a few miles from our home every day Monday through Friday. I try to capture some sky shots at red lights or when he is driving. These pink skies last night were gorgeous but look how quickly they change:
From pink and blue to gold and blue. In just a matter of minutes.
Turn the corner and golden skies are evident with the fading blue sky. I am very grateful and so thankful for my eyesight so I may still see God's goodness all around me.  The very first thing I learned as a small child in the kindergarten was, "Everything good comes from God". I attended Catholic school from k to 11. I never forgot that simple statement and instilled it in my kids when they were small. Always pointing out the handiwork of God everywhere we go.
This was a shot from Tuesday January 13, 2016. My yard is still covered with lots of leftover snow. I hope you visit Sandee and everyone who enjoys this fun share. It makes me more grateful for all the simple things I see and know and love. Sandee shared some short videos of the ocean on a recent getaway she and her hubby took. Hearing the ocean made me smile and relax too.
Finally this Princess Sassy  Pants and Co. share is sweet. We are often kind to others and ignore our own selves. I am getting better as I get older, taking care of me too! Had to share this sweet thought! Enjoy a wonderful evening.


Sandee said...

Love all the sky shots. I call those kind of skies Gods finger painting. Truly amazing skies.

I don't really think there is a thankful Thursday meme anymore, but I loved the idea of being thankful on my blog so I just do it each week. I'm glad my videos made you smile.

I love the Princess Sassy Pants and Co. share. That is spot on. We do need to be kind to ourselves.

Have a fabulous day Anne. Big hugs. ♥♥♥

Susan Anderson said...

What beautiful skies! And some very wise counsel at the end of your post.


Cat and DOG Chat With Caren said...

gorgeous shots! The winter sky has been providing us with some gorgeous sunsets, that's for sure! DakotasDen

Little Wandering Wren said...

Hi Anne - Love that you find all these things to be thankful for and the pretty skies are a great reminder to be thankful for another day alive! Although can I be cheeky and say I am thankful that I don't have the snow in the yard at the mo? Running now before you throw a snowball at me....You can get your own back in August when we are freezing and you are warm!!!
Wrap up warm :)
Wren x

Intense Guy said...

Now those are photos of what I would call a "moody" sky!