The Morning After

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I noticed this lily in my neighbor’s yard Monday morning..  I was surprised to see how vibrant it looked after a night of torrential rains.    It’s a little bruised, but hardly down for the count.

My pulse quickens when I look at the flower’s center.  I’m mesmerized.  Fuchsia, cream, pale pink, pumpkin, brown, canary yellow, lime green, kelly green.   I want a rainbow sherbet right now.  Can’t imagine why.

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The Morning After

IMG 7931

I noticed this lily in my neighbor’s yard Monday morning..  I was surprised to see how vibrant it looked after a night of torrential rains.    It’s a little bruised, but hardly down for the count.

My pulse quickens when I look at the flower’s center.  I’m mesmerized.  Fuchsia, cream, pale pink, pumpkin, brown, canary yellow, lime green, kelly green.   I want a rainbow sherbet right now.  Can’t imagine why.

Try these colors in your home,  or among your clothes.  Nature is the best color consultant on the planet.

Free of charge, 24/7.

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