Tuesday, February 7, 2012

The Color of the Sun


I kept wondering why I was so drawn to this photo. This morning I suddenly understand. The yellow looks like the sun where I'm from, and that blue is the same as the sea, and that word Jyry, my mother says it all the time, Jehovah Jireh, she says, meaning God will provide everything you need, so don't worry so much, don't worry so.


18 comments:

  1. You always give me something to ponder. Thank-you.

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  2. Is there a word for homesick that doesn't mean you miss where you live currently, but you miss where you grew up? I get it sometimes.

    Hope you and your mother are both doing well.

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    1. ellen, i don't know the word but i do know the feeling! my mom is doing well at the moment, thanks for checking in.

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  3. Wonderful advice from your mother, we all worry so much. I am so drawn to the colours on this too.

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    1. the colors are warm and embracing, aren't they. i imagine a Kiwi could relate! nice to see you.

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  4. love the colors - will make a wonderful palette for a quilt! thanks for the inspiration.

    marley hugs today on the anniversary of his birth! thanks for dropping in!

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    1. dear mouse, i would love to see that quilt. it would be material sunshine on a cold day!

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    1. deb, they are a dose of cheer! i love you.

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  6. The shading of yellow-to-orange is the pencil color I use up most quickly, possibly from drawing a lot of suns. Worry may well be the least useful item in our bag of human tricks. xo

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    1. Marylinn, now that you mention it, yes, it does remind me of your suns and the beautiful shading you do!

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  7. These colors make me so very happy. xxoo

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    1. Mel, yes, that is it. They are happy colors! xo

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