Yellow means…


…lovely flowers like this, shared by Amy with me, thanks, Amy! 🙂 Oh, and I forgot, smiley faces too!

The eyes of the wolf…

Warmth and sunshine. To a dark house, yellow will brighten it. Yellow kitchens are thought to improve appetites. Yellow is meant to lift spirits, to cheer, to enlighten the dark. Here is a yellow sapphire. And yellow squash and bell pepper.

A yellow sunset–isn’t it beautiful!

The sun glaring over the city makes me hot and want to put some shades on.

The cheery giant sunflowers next to fields of yellow corn cheer a garden.

The walls behind this man show the brightness and cheery sunny coloring and with the brightness in the corner, it appears the sun is actually showing right through the wall. 🙂

And another of my favorite covers from Sourcebooks–the mountain shimmering in gold sunlight. 🙂 If I lived in a rainy climate, a yellow house would appeal. Since I live in a sunny climate…sun-colored makes it seem too hot. And I don’t wear yellow well…but just the same, I love yellow mixed with green, or purple, or red in the garden. It brightens up dark spots. 🙂

What about you? 🙂 Do you love yellow?

Have a super Thursday!!!
Terry
“Giving new meaning to the term alpha male.”
www.terryspear.com

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