Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Color Your World - Brown

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A beautiful friend told me about the Color Your World challenge.  I loved her post, and wanted to get on board last month, but I have to say, I was looking too deep into the challenge and forgot to relax and think about the things that really make me happy and are present in my everyday life.

This month, the challenge relates to the color brown.  For me, this is was so easy to relate too, since November is all about brown!  From the trees, to the year end yard work that needs to be tended, to harvest leaves and Indian corn, to the preparations to the big turkey day, the turkey itself (hey - its brownish ;)), to the color I want our fall pictures to host.

How does the color brown affect you this month and your lifestyle?

If you'd like to share, get on board the gravy train, and visit the Color Your World page.

Let's color the world together!


8 comments:

  1. So beautifully put... "relax and think about the things that really make me happy and are present in my everyday life." Loved hearing about the wonderful fall browns in your life. So happy you joined us for the challenge this month!! :)

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    1. Thank you! I plan to be on board in December as well. Hope you continue this challenge (or one like it) into next year. It's fun! :)

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  2. Yes, it's definitely all about relaxing as you see the color around you. Love the list of things that remind you of brown! It's a beautiful month, isn't it?

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    1. Oh, Absolutely! It's one of my favorites!! :)

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  3. Will you later share a photo of your turkey? :)

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    1. LOL! Sure, why not!! ;)

      Don't hold your breath on a Thanksgiving turkey, as my MIL hosts, but I will as soon as I've made one myself.

      Thanks for commenting Birgit!

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  4. Brown is the perfect November color. . . hadn't considered that. Guess it's good ground for our gratitude. Enjoyed reading your thoughts.

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    1. "Good ground for our gratitude" - Love your way of thinking! Thanks for stopping by Amy. Hope to see you around in the future.

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