Posts Tagged ‘Life in Colour: orange’

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. ๐Ÿ™‚ 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

Life in Colour: orange

Six Word Saturday 10.23.21

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 don’t get lots of falling leaves in autumn colors here but we do have some lovely orange flowers, even when upside down. ๐Ÿ™‚ This beauty is formally known as Caesalpinia pulcherrima , a member of the pea family, and more familiarly as Pride of Barbados, Barbados Flowerfence, Peacock Flower, Mexican Bird of Paradise, Dwarf Flamboyan, Caesalpinia, and Dwarf Poinciana.

โ€œOrange strengthens your emotional body, encouraging a general feeling of joy, well-being, and cheerfulness. Orange vibration foods are: oranges, tangerines, apricots, mangoes, peaches and carrots.โ€
~Tae Yun Kim, The First Element: Secrets to Maximizing Your Energy

Orange is red brought nearer to humanity by yellow. ~Wassily Kandinsky

Life in Colour: orange