I'm currently writing my blog from my cottage in the Drakensberg, Champagne Valley, Kwa-Zulu Natal; South Africa
That's a lovely view, Jo!How would we live without the African sky? ;-)
Thank you so much for your kind words of condolence today, Jo. They really mean a great deal to us all. This has been a horrible week, but we are trying to focus on moving forward.The animal shelter we are dealing with is the Bellville Animal Anti-Cruelty League and in addition, Linda has volunteered her services to Furkidz. She is always passionately committed to anything she tackles, so I know she will make a difference. She feels this will make Romeo's death more meaningful and she intends to raise funds annually, in Romeo's name, for this cause.Coco is too adorable and she is slotting in as if she were born to our family. With love,Des xoxo
Just beautiful, Jo! Seeing the sunrise is well worth being up early. Have a great weekend and Happy skywatching!
Hi Jo-Anne,Lovely photo. Can't remember when last I've seen a sunrise, and I'm up at 4.30 or 5, it's always overcast lately.Phillip
Nice to see a pretty sunrise, great way to start your day.
It IS Beautiful! I'm jealous!HahaaaHappy Weekend dear friend!hughugs
Indeed very beautiful !
Oh, that really is a beauty, Jo. I'm so glad you're happy there.We're just back today, somewhat jet-lagged, quite exhausted, but happy to be home with Lindy.Luv, KKay, Alberta, CanadaAn Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel
AhHaa! Ninangalia siku kuu! Inakuja. Mungu Akubariki. ☺
I love silhouettes at sunrise and sunset. This photo is striking--wonderful pastel colors from gray to peach to gold.
Thank you for visiting my blog and taking the time to leave a comment. I appreciate your feedback. Jo