Weekly Photo Challenge is hosted by The Daily Post,
where we publish a new post with a photo interpreting the weekly theme..
When Daylight Fades
This week’s theme is: YELLOW
This holiday season, we’re throwing you a photo challenge color curveball.
Many of us around the world are ensconced in the holiday season.
You may be surrounded with blue and silver if you’re celebrating Hanukkah;
black, red, and green, if you’re celebrating Kwanzaa;
or festooned with reds and greens if Christmas is coming to your house.
With this week’s challenge, show us what yellow means to you.
I know this is so cliche, but for a working mom like me, seeing the yellow sun finally setting with the sky turning orange, vibrant pinks and frosted purples every day is a relief. It actually means that my day would soon come to a wrap. That I could already spend quality time with the family after spending my entire day at the office. That I could sink comfortably in bed, sipping coffee with a book in a hand while cuddling my boy to sleep. What a pleasant thing sunsets are right? 😀
“Know what you want to do, hold the thought firmly,
and do every day what should be done,
and every sunset will see you that much nearer the goal.”
— Elbert Hubbard
9 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Yellow”
Wow! What a beautiful photo! ❤
Thanks babe ♥
By the way, your mini-book banners are really cool! How do you add them to your wordpress site? 🙂
Go to I’m Loving Books’ blog and check out the books you love. There are codes there for each banner and add it to your widgets 🙂
Cool thanks! 🙂
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I read while cuddling in bed with my baby too, but then I end up falling asleep after only one page! The book needs to be a real good one for me to stay awake lol!
Haha! That ALWAYS happens to me too.
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