Orange is such a positive color.
It reminds me of pumpkins, oranges, and apricots.
It is both a summer and autumn paint.
Creamsicles followed by harvested squash and freshly dug carrots.
Wait – I have orange tulips! So let’s add spring to orange’s resume. The deer got at these one year and it took the tulips two years to recover…
Now that I think of it… orange is a winter color, too. Mandarin oranges in Christmas stockings. How could I forget?
Orange is looking even better than when I started this silly post.
Orange you glad I’m posting about it?
Besides, I had to figure out a way of including these rather flashy flowers in a blog…
It’s October and it is the first one in a long time that I don’t have a homegrown pumpkin.
Now that you feel sorry for me, you’ll forgive me for that orange pun…
I planted some and they had lovely blossoms.
Next year I will just have to do the bee thing myself!
That’s how I got last year’s…
The bees had a good excuse then, since my pumpkin plant was in the greenhouse.
I won’t give up. My veins have some feisty Russian blood in them!
Which reminds me – I sure hope the Canadian government continues to guard our sovereignty in the Arctic…
Our national anthem includes: ” God keep our land glorious and free!”
It’s God that will really do it!
Freedom Blessings ~ Wendy
PS – Now I’m in the bad books again. This time for mixing religion and politics…