Hi everypuppy and everycat! It's me, Ammy! with my big brother Dave coming to you for Serene Scenery Sunday! We thought we'd try this together this week.
I've been wanting to share some of our lovely sunsets with you; watching the sunset always makes me feel serene! Some of them are from a few weeks ago, but I think they're worth seeing. Are you ready?
Look at all the yellows and oranges in this one!
A few minutes later, the whole sky was full of reds and oranges (the color, not the fruit!) and all kinds of other colors!
Davy really likes that second one, for the contrast, rich hues and depth of color. Isn't it lovely?!!?
Me, Ammy, admiring the sunset
"Did I get that right, Davy?"
"Yeah. That's real good, Ams. Show them the stormy-with-a-small-s looking ones!"
Ooooh, check this swirly one out!
Isn't it really captivating!?!? Mom and I stood out front for a long time, looking at that one! If you'd like to see more shots of it, we put some in an album at this link.
And here's one from another night.
It almost looks like a monster popping up from out of the Flint Hills! Hee hee hee. Oh... I guess that's not too serene, is it?
Dave said it wasn't really in fitting with our serene theme, then suggested we move on to a few quick garden shots. And yes, that's Mom's foot underneath his footy-foot. He said that's in complete keeping with serenity, as he feels best when he's touching Mom. Moving right along...
Our Day Lilies are bloom again, after taking a short hiatus:
They do this every year, and every year Mom wonders why everyone else's are still blooming, but ours aren't. Then ours start again and Mom feels happy. Serene, even! :)
The Rose of Sharon are all still going strong:
Don't you love the mix of pink, purple and red? The white ones are blooming like crazy, too. Here's Dave, showing you the White Rose of Sharon.
He still has the toy in his mouth. Really. As if I'd take it and rip it to shreds! Not on Serene Scenery Sunday! (Besides, Brice and Eva gave that to us!) Those are the Crape Myrtle on the left, by the way, and a Burning Bush right in front of Dave. (Yes, it is too early for the Burning Bush to be "burning". That one always looks like that. We don't know why.)
One last photo. It's of the Husky Red Cherry Tomatoes. Remember them? This shot makes both Mom and Dad feel serene. Mom calls this one...
I hope all of the above helps make you feel a little more serene today!
Ammy (with luv from Dave, too!)
"How do you think we did, Davy?"
"Pretty good with the sunset colors and the flowers and all, Ammy. I'm just not real sure about that whole 'monster popping out from the Flint Hills' thing!"
"Hee hee hee!"