Posted by: Judy | December 18, 2013

Wish I could share, but I can’t…

Yesterday, I walked down the hall to the main part of the house and couldn’t help but notice the amazing gold hue painting the kitchen, hall to the front door, and dining room. How had I never noticed the remarkably gorgeous tint to the rooms?

We have picture windows in the kitchen, dining room, and living room.

I glanced out the kitchen window and discovered the culprit.

We have an apple tree in the backyard. The leaves are turning a stunning gold with hints of red.


Rooms tinted the same color by the light shining in the windows. Amazing.

I wish a picture could do it justice, but it doesn’t. Interestingly enough, part of the reason it doesn’t is because I know what it looks like the rest of the year.

Today, I’m capturing in a words the beauty of the moment and sharing it with you. I hope you enjoyed it even half as much as I did.


  1. Thanks for sharing this Judy, it sounds amazing. I know what you mean about a picture not doing it justice. Lenses can’t always capture what the eye can see, it’s frustrating at times. But sharing it with words is a good idea. I can get a “picture” of it in my head πŸ™‚

    • You’re welcome, Kara. πŸ™‚

  2. I enjoyed it, you described it well!! Please use it in a book! πŸ˜‰

    • I think I know which story it will fit…

  3. what a great description, and how cool is it that you actually took the time to notice the golden hue being quietly splashed across the walls … love it when little surprises like these capture our attention.

    • Ooooo love your description! Great word choices. πŸ™‚

      • feel free to borrow any part of it when you write this into your next novella or book … your words inspired me to throw in a few extra of my own, so they belong to you now. πŸ™‚

        • Bless you! πŸ™‚

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