Look at that sky. Things aren't that purple here. We have a lot of desert yellows, reds, oranges.xo
I love your Arizona skies, Rach, and hope to visit you and them before too long ; )
Gorgeous, outrageously gorgeous.Love from Mim
Yes, aren't they, Mim? They get like that here at this time of year. Lurid. Dilly. Silly. All of which do us good. Love to you, too. C xo
What a treat of colors your blog is today!
Thanks, T. I've been appreciating the (different) colours on your blog, too. Our houses sound like sisters/partners in crime. . . each of them slanting/subsiding - and singing on, regardless.I've been a Communications Rat-bag. Sorry ; (. Wish we lived closer. . . xo
A feast for the eyes, food for the soul. Thank you Claire.
Hello dear Jane I wonder how you are. . . as I said to T., I have been on another planet lately, getting ahead with some things and not keeping up with others. . . Are Antarctica's notes still ringing? She gets into our bloodstream, doesn't she? (I sometimes think of my life in BA and AA terms - Before Antarctica and After Antarctica. I think it would be fair to say the place - that time - changed everything.)Love to you - and thank you for continuing to visit!Claire x
And, Jane. . . you are a grandmother! Congratulations. Happy. Happy xo