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Friday, November 20, 2009

Looking at the Sky

Every morning as I go in the kitchen to grab my cup of coffee and greet the day i look out through the big window over the sink to see what the sky is offering that morning.

Most days the sky is heavy with gray clouds but some mornings the view over my back fence is something like this...






Enjoy your Friday everyone!

16 comments:

Lorac said...

They are all lovely photos. Nice view from your backyard!

Shonni said...

Beautiful.

Mrs.Rabe said...

So nice Melissa!

Di said...

Melissa, such beautiful photos! and they look similarly to the sky outside our window. ;)

Randi Troxell said...

so beautiful!!

have a wonderful wkend!!!!

Jillian said...

Beautiful pictures!!!!

Calico Crazy said...

Fabulous morning skies worthy of waking up to. ~ Calico Contemplations

It's The Little Things... said...

Just stopping in from The Wild Wild Wests to thank you for your comments, prayers and support. It means so very much to us. Especially when it's people we don't even know. Such kindess and it is so good to see! God bless you and your beautiful family!

Brittany Ann said...

That is breathtaking!

the monkey's mama said...

wow! those are gorgeous!

i think i owe you an email...or two...i'll get to work on that!

hetty said...

Lovely views from your home. Nice to wake up to. All the photos are fantastic!

Debra said...

What a beautiful view of the sky you have! I love the different formations of the clouds and I'm always amazed at how the colors change from minute to minute. These are great shots!

Serendipity said...

Love all the shots! That's what I do every morning too. Head to the kitchen, grab some coffee and gaze out the window by the sink :-)

Stine in Ontario said...

This is a gorgeous view. And to think you could possibly see something as lovely every day!

Jennifer Bowen said...

Thank you for visiting my blog, Melissa! Love the photos of your morning view. I really enjoyed reading your story. You have a beautiful family! =)

Neha said...

Awesome pictures! Now, this is one thing that I can share with you being far away here in India :)))