Purple is…

a sunset so stunning that if someone were to paint it, it would look too fantastical.



Eggplant, plums, prunes, raisins, grapes, figs, purple asparagus, purple cabbage, purple carrots, purple Belgian endive, purple peppers–and they’re healthy for you, too!

Amethyst gems are gorgeous semi-precious crystals.

Purple is…beauty. I love purple flowers and purple clothes. I’ve seen it said that purple means depression, but I’ve never seen it that way. Mix yellow and purple pansies and it looks like a bit of heaven. I love purple irises and grape hyacinths–the latter that scent the air with a fragrant perfume.

Purple is pure fantasy.

And in ancient times in some places, purple was considered a royal color because the dye that originated from shellfish was rare and expensive to come by.

And the purple reference in “America the Beautiful” by Katherine Lee Bates: For purple mountain majesties

The Red Hat Society members wear purple too.

But what about a Highlander who can wear a purple kilt and make us take a few more looks??? 🙂

Purple is fantastical beauty.

So what about you? Do you like purple? What about a Highlander in a purple kilt??? Would you become a member of his clan? I’m sure he’s a wolf too! 🙂

Terry
“Giving new meaning to the term alpha male.”
www.terryspear.com

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