Archive for the ‘squares’ Category

I’ll be on the road again today, covering the miles between Phoenix and southern California, although with gas prices the way they are, it will be a much more expensive trip than the last one! I have to steel myself for the cost of that one tank of gas necessary to get before coming back home next Monday. Sigh.

At any rate, I have some unused orange squares so I thought I’d squander them today to get you through the week without me, even though yesterday ended the square challenge. 🙂 Wasn’t that thoughtful? Becky, I did sneak in one non-square, so just ignore that one and go with the rest.

Keep well, all of you, while I’m gone.

Life in Colour: orange

Six Word Saturday Oct. 30

#PastSquares: bright

Life in Colour: orange

PastSquares: flowers

FOTD

Life in Colour: orange (Well, duh.)

#PastSquares: bright

The day is coming when a single carrot, freshly observed, will set off a revolution. ~Paul Cezanne

What did the carrot say to the wheat? Lettuce rest, I’m feeling beet. ~Shel Silverstein

Life in Colour: orange

PastSquares: kinda (kinda quirky)

Even when it’s bittersweet, it’s pretty sweet.

Life in Colour: orange

#PastSquares: circles

One Word Sunday: rock

PastSquares: Sky, top

Life in Colour: orange

#PastSquares: flower & bright

What’s not to like about a bee going about its bee buzziness? This is from “my” park in Illinois which must look beautifully fall-like now.

Life in Colour: orange

#PastSquares: flowers

We didn’t stay in the Hotel de Coronado, but we had a grand time walking around outside and admiring the grounds as well as the stately building itself. Palm trees are iconically California (and Arizona), but they do a lot of shedding and take a great deal of work, work you have to pay someone else to do. I’ll stick with just admiring them on someone else’s property. 🙂

Past Squares: trees