Don’t you love those sunsets that make the sky look like a palette of ever changing colors? Like Mother Nature hasn’t quite made up her mind yet whether her brush-strokes should be orange, golden or pink.
I love this time of the year. It’s spring here in Melbourne, the days are getting longer and it’s a perfect time to share some of the brilliant blooms that are coloring my world.
But it’s not just at home that Mother Nature pulls out her easel of colors.
Some of our travels have lead us to some colorful camping spots, like the Pink Lakes in Victoria, about six hours from home. A pristine landscape surrounded by shallow salt encrusted lakes that turn pink with a red algae pigment in the water
It was meant to be simply a stopover but it turned into one of those special off-the-beaten-track places that got under my skin and into my soul.
This week on Thursday’s Special Paula asked us to Think Pink a color synonymous with romance, love and renewal. Somehow it seemed fitting since my last post focused on an up-in-the-air marriage proposal (which I’m still trying to follow up).
Like these two pink love birds I can only hope they’re still on cloud nine together.
October is also Breast Cancer Awareness month so I’m dedicating this post to all the brave women who are fighting their own personal battles including my blogger buddy Diane.
Let’s all Think Pink this October. Reach out to those who need a hug and a smile and make the world around us a brighter one.
Sending lots of love and warm wishes to all my beautiful friends out there.