Posts Tagged ‘gold’

I think nature’s gold is the very best and I offer you two examples of why I think so. This will be my last post for September as I’m on the way to southern California for another visit with our older daughter, husband, and grandchild-in-the-making. I’ll even be attending my first gender-reveal party but no, there will be no fireworks to start forest fires or anything happening that might kill someone or destroy property! Just family and friends and a cake that when cut, will have frosting colored to reveal boy or girl. Whatever happened to the element of surprise that we looked for? ๐Ÿ™‚

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for Life in Colour: gold

We had a Tiffany-style light fixture in our Ohio house, shallower but wider than this one, but it stayed with the house when we sold it. Kind of wish we’d taken it along, but you can’t take everything.

for Life in Colour: gold

for Life In Colour: gold

Some years ago we were in Philadelphia for our younger daughter’s graduation from art school. Our very nice hotel had golden walls, probably paid for by the not-inexpensive rates they charged, but we did have a grand time and an enormous room that served as a gathering place for the entire clan.

for Six-Word Saturday and Life in Colour: gold

for Life in Colour: gold

It’s a bit of sailing gold for us today as we’ve been sailing through life together today for 37 years. ๐Ÿ™‚

for Life in Colour: gold

Not all gold is obvious. You’ve heard of people panning or mining for gold, haven’t you? You have to take a closer look to find gold here but it’s there.

Let’s start the week of right with some morning gold from outside my parents’ house in Arizona. Always good to start the week on a beautiful note (even if the week really begins on Sunday.)

โ€œร”, Sunlight! The most precious gold to be found on Earth.โ€
โ€• Roman Payne

for Life in Colour: gold and Six-Word Saturday

Our daughter’s updated website, now also featuring handmade clothing