Striking, stormy sunset

Mama and I went out to investigate how much pruning the crepe myrtle trees need, and we were struck by a gorgeous sunset!

I love the way these two giant trees in our neighborhood are outlined against the colorful, stormy sky.

Today’s #OneGoodThing was enjoying this beautiful sunset with Mama!

Day 55 of 365. And Day 786 in a row (here’s the first 366 & the following 365)!

1 year ago today: Strawberries at last

2 years ago today: An insightful boost

What was your #OneGoodThing today? Please share in the comments!

 

3 thoughts on “Striking, stormy sunset

  1. When I look out my kitchen window, my eyes are treated to some vibrant myrtle blossoms in my neighbour’s yard. This year has been particularly good for the myrtles, here in Myrtleford. The town is named after the Myrtle River, the trees came later!

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    • I keep forgetting that it is summer where you are! I hope we have the vibrant summer here too. We’re going to prune today for the first time. We’re even planning a party in July based on last year’s bloom date.Almost as soon as everybody left, our two trees bloomed! So the party will be later in July. It’s an annual party celebrating me beating the odds of my cancer prognosis of 2-5 years. It will be 7 years in July. Is California in your trip schedule by any chance?❤️❤️

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      • 7 years! That’s just wonderful, Jude. No, I doubt that California is on my travel horizon. But, we should learn not to say “never”, eh?

        Every time I see the myrtles in bloom, it makes me think of you.

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