From the rising of the sun to its setting
I am probably partial BUT I believe we have the most beautiful sunrises and sunsets. The colors and diversity of each layer of majestic beauty over Lake Ontario still causes me to pause and say, "Wow". More than forty years of reds, oranges, pinks, yellows, blues, and shades there of greeting me in the morning and guiding me home at night.
My in-laws used to live in Oswego, at one of the senior apartments and to view this miracle and splash of color from six stories up only added to the beauty. I can remember driving home and noticing the reds and pinks glowing from behind the trees. I would call my mother-in-law. She always knew it was me and would answer, "Hello Lis, yes it's a beautiful one tonight." I never figured out she knew it was me, maybe she answered that way during the sunset until I called. Either way, a love of Lake Ontario's sunsets was a blessing and joy we shared.
parent's backyard earlier this month. Although they don't live on the lake shore, the beauty is still there. Sometimes it's the sneak peaks that wet the appetite for something better to come. I look forward to it warming up so we can plan our walks to catch some of this splendor first hand in slow motion, as we exercise both body and mind in the process.
What memory or person does the suns rising and setting remind you of? Will you share with us below?
Lisa M Buske
P.O. Box 323