red: the vacation house is a dragon house, too.
orange: to kick off the weekend, quinn built his ideal band. i believe he had in mind to make this into a video game of sorts, hence the graph paper. he is especially jazzed about having two drum sets. his band also has 2 upright pianos, 2 grand pianos, 11 guitar players in a row downstage from the drums, and 8 violinists just downstage from them (not drawn yet), 4 flutists, 4 singers with microphones, and 4 saxophones, right out front. i know only the pencil is orange, but it’s his favorite one, and it clocked a lot of miles this weekend making games, so i feel like it earned its place in this week’s rainbow.
yellow: january 17th, the daffodils looked lovely that day.
green: walks with my kiddo, when i could pry his orange pencil out of his hand.
green: comfort food, on green dishes. i sigh inwardly when he asks me for this upon first arriving back from his dad’s house… grilled cheese and tomato soup is something i associate with my mom, too.
blue: i mentioned this new nephew of mine last post, and although i make a point to avoid posting other peoples’ children, and especially their faces, on my little corner of the internet, i was urged to post photos of this beautiful boy by his mama, who thinks he is too cute to not shout about from the rooftops, and besides, the other person who reads my blog already knows his name and where he lives. xoxo
blue: so here he is… one day old. can you even handle that smile in his sleep? we are all very much in love with him already. his next oldest sister keeps professing to me how “yeah, cute” he is, sister just older than her says, “he is as cute as a candy cane!” and one more sister votes that he is, in fact, “even cuter than a baby koala bear!” i couldn’t agree more with their assessments.
purple: my camera missed out on the most epic part of the sunset on this gorgeous afternoon, but still managed to catch some purply-gray clouds over the bridge, bay and ocean.
purple: you can never have too much purple in a rainbow, i always say.
a splash of color on monday morning
a photo study documenting the colors of the spectrum: the balance points between light reflected and light absorbed