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All Is Bright

Day 357 – December 23, 2018

Anticipation – One Word Sunday / Something #Red – Sunday Stills / #MySundayPhoto / Intrigue – FOWC / Harmony – RDP / Frost – WODC / Snowflake,Snow – December Photo a Day / Day 23 – December Squares / Engines and Motors – Cee’s B&W / Weekend in Black & White /  

I haven’t really been able to return comments in the prompt manner in which I prefer. If it’s any consolation, I kind of feel like I’ve been missing something.  It has been heck o’ crazy, and I am lucky just to get this posted in time.  I would hate to ruin my 365 with only 8 days remaining. In any case, anticipation is building, everywhere.  A roll into town and you find a plethora of activity wherever you are, or so it appears.  I am sure come tomorrow night it will be more like what tonight should have been.  Yesterday I had found a car that I was intrigued by, so I went to drive it and another possibility and based on the harmony between the car and myself, I think I narrowed down my decision.  I went back tonight to take a closer look, without any salesman to bother me.  I think I know, so I am anticipating Wednesday when I may actually end up driving something home and putting an end to this ordeal, once and for all.  But then again, 3 days is an awful long time to rethink and reconsider, so I wouldn’t take anything to the bank.  On my way back home, just like last night, I took a tour through a neighborhood to take in the lights.  I went with this one because I really enjoyed the simplicity and I really felt the nativity would make a great black and white.  Hope your Christmas Eve day brings you plenty of joy and harmony!

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10 Replies to “All Is Bright”

    1. Thank you so much. I am never sure. Especially with the “professional hosted” challenges. I guess that is why I do it? Anyway. Thank you. It means a lot. 💕

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    1. Not yet! But closer. I wasn’t sure. I almost didn’t do that one because I liked the nativity much more in b&w and I didn’t think the contrast was as defined as it was in the nativity.

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  1. You are right about the beauty and the simplicity of the Nativity in black and white. Wonderful 😊 and congratulations on your almost decision. Wishing you a lovely Christmas too, Bx

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