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    Monday
    Nov052012

    Blessed by the view, plus this week's GRAND Social linky

    Last night as I made dinner, I noticed a tinge to the sky through the kitchen window. I quickly moved the pans off their burners, grabbed my camera, and ran outside to capture this:

     

    The top photo was taken from my front yard, the bottom from my back yard. Colorado has been blessed with the most glorious sunsets the past several weeks, and I just had to share.

    Time now to share our links in the first GRAND Social of November. Thank you for joining me!

    How it works:

    • All grandparent bloggers are invited to add a link. You don't have to blog specifically about grandparenting, but you must be a grandparent who blogs.
    • Posts shared can be an old one or a recent one, your choice. I like to link up to older posts that current readers likely haven't seen.
    • To link up, copy the direct link to the specific post you want to share, not the link to your blog's home page. Then click the blue "Click here to enter" text below and follow the directions to add your post to the list.
    • You can add up to three posts, but no duplicates, please, and none you have promoted on a previous GRAND Social linky.
    • No contests, giveaways, or Etsy sites.
    • Adding a mention at the bottom of your linked posts, such as This post has been linked to the GRAND Social linky, is appreciated. Or, you can post the GRAND Social button using the following code:

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    • The GRAND Social linky is open for new posts through Wednesday evening, so please come back to see those added after your first visit.
    • If you're not a blogger, you have the pleasure of being a reader. All bloggers who link up would be honored to have you click, visit, read and comment.

    READERS and PARTICIPATING BLOGGERS: Please visit the posts others have linked to by clicking on the thumbnail photos. Comments are always appreciated by the bloggers whose links you visit, even if it's simply "Hey, stopping by from GRAND Social."

    Thank you for participating in the GRAND Social grandparent linky!


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    Reader Comments (10)

    Happy Monday! Are you as confused as I am about what time it is? The cats are really confused! Have a great day!

    November 5, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterGrandma Kc

    that is a spectacular view you've been blessed with

    November 5, 2012 | Unregistered Commenterkelley

    I'm as confused as Grandma KC with the time!

    Blessed by, with, or whatever...that view is absolutely stunning.

    November 5, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterNonnieKelly

    Yes, Colorado has the most spectacular sunsets, North Carolina has some of the most wonderful sunrises.

    Your Grand linky lists some wonderful, spectacular posts1

    November 5, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterAnn

    now that's a view! Stunning!

    November 5, 2012 | Unregistered Commenterdebra

    Definitely worth taking the pans off the burners for!!

    November 5, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterAnnette

    Thank you for sharing the beautiful sunset photo, I love it!!

    November 5, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterSally@FGWL

    What a gorgeous sky...glad you took time to take the shots!

    November 6, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterBLissed-Out Grandma

    What fun to read about your trip to your grandkids AND your delightful visit with a fellow compadre in the art of grandparent blogging! Would you believe it, I was reading all about it while I, myself, was on the road visiting my own long distance grandkids. Too fun!

    Thanks for another delightful grandparent linky AND the interesting article about telling your young self advice. - very thought-provoking. Have a blessed week!

    November 6, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterKaye Swain

    The sunset is a natural phenomenon but when it happens in such a way it becomes most delightful for the person who observes this ,exactly same has done here.

    November 6, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterNatalie
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