"Life is lived forward, but understood backward. It is not until we are down the road and we stand on the mountain looking back through the valley that we can appreciate the terrain God has allowed us to scale.” Jill Savage

Monday, October 07, 2019

Do you like it light or dark?


Today we are going to take it kind of easy.  For us 'middle-agers' the song below is an old song sung by some oldies but goodies.   
To me a nice way to start the day with a cup of coffee.  
Music brings us closer together.
Just click on the line below.

The Weight | Featuring Robbie Robertson | Playing For Change | Song Around The World



SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT
I think here in Georgia we are skipping fall.
We have had 91 days of  90 degree days this summer.  
It has broken the precious record.
It has broken all records for us.
I am so ready for fall.

A QUESTION FOR YOU...
LIGHT OR DARK
Okay I am taking about actual light.  I have very sensitive eyes to daylight.  Even when it is overcast outside I wear sunglasses.  I just can't keep my eyes open.  

When we go out to eat - I never sit by the window with the broad daylight coming in.  My daughter is like that too.  My hubs is kind of in the middle.  Son and grandson love full daylight.  

Sometimes we get kidded that we live under a rock. Maybe we do.  That's okay.

Doesn't mean I have a dark personality.  Doesn't mean I am depressed.  I just like it dark - not pitch black - just a nice feeling of darkness.  

I feel safe.  I feel relaxed.  I just really like it on the darker side than the lighter side.

Now I have some friends that like it so bright when I come over I feel like I am exposed. Restaurants have all windows and the sunshine just beams in.  It kind of drives me nuts.

My question is - do others of you have preferences of light or dark - or do you even think about it?

DISCO'S WORLD

Yes, when we sit down at night and watch television together - he has his own glass of water so that he does not have to get up and go to his bowl.  Not only that - but he likes cold water.


HUMOR IS IMPORTANT


MEMORIES
The Good Ole Days....