Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Golden Sunset

 
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Today I have had a great day. So far so good. This morning, I saw neat finds on the way to work. I even wrote a poem about it. Please see my previous post to read my poem. I sent my poem out as an emil to all my friends and email buddies. I got good feedback. Then I remembered it was ABC Wednesday after I read Dragonstar's post. I'd completely forgotten about it in my excitement over my morning finds and my poem. Then I had to think of what I should do for my G word.... Of course my best friend Genie first came to mind, but I have no recent photos of her. I did not want to repeat an old one even if it was a good photo of her. I did some spring cleaning on Picasa at work so the above photo was the only G picture I could find today... a golden sunset that I took the first winter of my digital camera. But it's still good no matter what year. Thank goodness photos are timeless. Some never age unlike us.

I had another good lunch today... a scrambled dog from Dinglewood. YUM!

If you would like to participate in ABC Wednesday please go to Mrs. Nesbitt's place at: http://mrsnesbittsplace.blogspot.com/

6 comments:

Pat - Arkansas said...

Gee! That's Golden! Very beautiful sunset.

Jay said...

Well, you certainly fitted a lot of 'G's into that post, one way and another!

Nice picture of the golden sunset!

On behalf of the team, thanks for taking part in ABC Wednesday this week! :)

Carolina said...

Lot's of G's and a Golden sunset. What more could you want ;-)

becky aka theRAV said...

Thanks, Pat! Yes, Jay, I always try to fit a lot of whatever letter in my post. Thanks for the compliment. I enjoy participating. Hi Carolina! Thank you all for stopping by & commenting. It is always nice to have new visitors.

Powell River Books said...

What a nice way to end the day. We have really nice sunsets and I never tire of looking at them. This week I went with geese. The first pair just returned. I invite you to come see. - Margy

becky aka theRAV said...

I never tire of sunsets either, Margy. I'll check your geese out.