Saturday, April 02, 2011

Yellow light.

I'm becoming more obsessed with yellow, by the day.
I don't understand yellow haters. Have you seen it?!
It it just so .... happy. And... yellow. And... happy.

Now that the days are getting warmer, the evening light is becoming more and more golden and I swoon every day.
Some days there are pink and lavender mixed in as well. Yum.

Oh, and my daffodils are growing.




Many people in real life think I'm sort of short and stocky, but in reality I'm quite long and lean.
I'm glad I have this photo to remind myself of how I really look.


I love looking down the road and seeing this silhouette.
And honest to goodness, I didn't add any yellow to this photo. I didn't make it sepia or remove any color.
This is just how the camera read it.


Vitamin D.


My future's so bright, I gotta wear shades.


If you don't like yellow, I'm not sure we can be friends.
Okay, we probably can. But it's definitely going to put a strain on the relationship.
Sort of like me with cilantro lovers.

*****
Are any of your flowers blooming yet?

18 comments:

Bethe77 said...

There are flowers blooming. None of mine persoanlly. But hoping to change that as I perpare to clean the patio and put flowers in the pots for the season.
I love yellow too.
I espeacilly love your lean photo
Blessings

Jenni said...

the yellow is beautiful! love it!

amy said...

hey! i love cilantro! you don't? ;)

Beki - TheRustedChain said...

Noooo, I can't stand cilantro! :)

The Perfect Trio said...

Hubs just planted sunflowers today. I can not wait for them to flower!!!!!

I love yellow...and cilantro. I think our friendship will survive!

Amy said...

I was never a yellow lover, at least not with clothes. But when it comes to flowers - oh yes! Daffodils are my ultimate all-time favorite flower - if a guy wants to get to me, forget the roses and buy me daffodils!

I do have some fabulous yellow tulips blooming in my flowerbed. Since this is our first year in this house, we are playing Flowerbed Lottery - we have no idea what is planted or what's going to bloom but it looks like we may have hit the jackpot on tulips!!!

Peggy said...

I too like yellow. My livingroom/diningroom is painted mustard. We have no flowers yet, we just got above freezing these past few days.

Sarah said...

I love yellow. My daffodils are blooming. I love that farm picture. Looks like the farmers are gearing up for spring in your area! We LOVE our farmers!

www.thisfarmfamilyslife.blogspot.com

merlin said...

Finally, almost a month later than "normal" (what is normal?) the daffodils have popped brilliant hopeful yellow against the chocolate brown of soil. Hope has arrived! In the garden, in my heart and around my neck by way of a Rusted Chain charm necklace: the perfect trifecta of happiness.

Riviera Boardwalk said...

I love yellow. I have a yellow tole lamp with a black shade in my family room. In fact I have yellow decorative items scattered throughout my home. I have 4th stage lung cancer and I believe in vitamin D. Did you know cattle can become depressed if they have to go with too many gray days? The only reason I am here is because of God and I will remain here raising my grandaughter until He decides to call me home.
xoxo,
nancy

craftycreative said...

The cactus flowers are blooming here in AZ. I LOVE yellow. It's so sunshiney and happy. Puts me in a great mood. Hubby came home last week with some daffodils and I used a photo of them to create a color palette on my blog.

Katarina Esperante said...

welcome to the club :)
i've loved yellow since before i can remember! love your daffodils <3

Chad and Jody said...

I do love yellow, AND I love cilantro! But, we can still be friends. My standards aren't quite as high. he he he

tonya said...

Our daffodils have been done and gone for about 2-3 weeks now. The roses have started and are AMAZING!!!

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Amy, a redeemed sheep said...

Daffies are just beginning to bloom today!

pharmgirlfollies.com said...

Daffodils have been blooming-though everyone around here calls them buttercups. I have no idea why. Daylilies are coming up in bunches. I cannot wait for them to peek through.

Sarah-Anne said...

i love yellow AND cilantro. that means we're bestest friends, right? ;)