Beautiful Night! What A Lovely Sight!

Beautiful Night what a Sight!

As the day comes to a close and the night sky approaches beautiful hues of blue surround us.  Open your EYES and take it in.  What a beautiful sight and quite a delight.  Enjoy your evening and don’t forget to take in the beauty that surrounds you.

Now that the leaves are gone from the trees as the day ends and the light dims these beautiful hues of blue hit the night sky just before it darkens to night.  If you haven’t had the opportunity to gaze upon it make some time to fit it in.  The colors are just beautiful and you will enjoy the moment as it passes ever so quickly.  Have a wonderful evening and upcoming weekend! Make it GREAT!

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  1. Such a lovely hue of blue. We were out walking the other night and I saw something like this and it made me think of you saying to take a look around you and admire the beauty. And I did. 🙂

    1. Hello sweetie pie! Hope you and yours are having a lovely day and weekend. We are so very glad you are feeling better. I have really been enjoying your recent posts especially the bean stalk one. A trick I do to make the soaking time easier is a put the beans straight into water from the store and put in the fridge. We always have fresh soaked beans ready to go at all times. Just a little thing we do that we thought of sharing. Have a super wonderful day and weekend! Take care. 🙂

      1. So glad you are admiring the beautiful wonders that our world surrounds us with. So often we forget the simple little things that are more amazing then the hustling confusion of business. Take care sweetie. Soak it all up and Enjoy!

      2. And your beans don’t sprout? Do you have to use them immediately or can you leave them in the water for a few days without the sprouting? Thanks for reading my bean stalk one! I thought it was funny they sprouted, but still turned out tasty–augh! Though it looked like mush. Cooking is so entertaining!!

      3. I haven’t had them sprout yet but maybe the lid did that. Actually sprouted beans bring more nutrients to the table so its actually a positive thing if they do. I love sprouted beans on salad and in soup, yum! I enjoy all your articles and definitely appreciate the time you take to get it all out to us. Take care. So glad you both had a lovely time in Savannah. I love Savannah! Was there once back in 1994 and loved it! Such a beautiful place.

      4. I didn’t know the sprouts were more nutritious. Well, I did something right and didn’t even know it, then!
        Thank you so much for reading my articles. I feel no one reads them most of the time so when I get comments as glowing and kind as yours, it really makes my day.
        You help me so much too with all your information. I like that about the blogging world. We’re all sharing such rich information to help us all improve!

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