Pretty start. I was fortunate to look out our front door and toward the west as the sun was completing its journey on as the clock wound toward 6 p.m. Wednesday. March 1 made its mark by leaving an open slice from the gray cloud line on the horizon for the pretty orange on the…
I always keep my eyes peeled to the west at a certain time of the day. I was rewarded looking out the front side of our house by this gorgeous late October farewell from the sun.
Cherished rescue mutt Ellie B and I said hello to stretching our legs for a nice neighborhood stroll and good night to the sun at the same time. Yes, we are noticing that the sunset is getting earlier and earlier.
I borrowed this beautiful sunset over the sunflowers from my friend John’s backyard.
During a work-week-is-finished safe walk Friday with cherished rescue mutt Ellie B aka Dogamous Pyle, our eyes lit up when we got to the bottom of the street. The sun was setting over the quite nearby lake. Happy weekend start it was, yes.
A return from a work shift at the library these days gets me back to our house moments before sunset. And, yes, the plow company has staked out our driveway for what surely is coming.
Yes, The Longboard would have a table big enough to fit our big party. No, we never tired of taking our meals together! Or catching a beautiful sunset over Laguna Madre. Or posing for cherished photographs. Or mugging for selfies. And catching fireworks rising over the stage.
A dog walker on the beach early on gave me the name of a good spot to catch a glorious South Padre Beach sunset. The whole family reunion gang was in. Laguna Bob’s did not have enough space. Louie’s Backyard said certainly to our request for a table for 14. Maybe it was because one…
Sometimes this time of year, we can use a wide swath of orange glow. I appreciated this look across the way from A Bitty Better in the Liverpool neighborhood of Galeville.
I quick grabbed the leash and asked our cherished rescue mutt Ellie B aka Dogamous Pyle if she’d like to take a walk. With the arrival of the shortest day of the year, I wanted to catch the sunset on my iPhone 8. Punch out from work, 4 p.m. Pull into driveway in the Liverpool…