• lizfentondecker

    Orange you glad? I am! I can’t walk outside without picking up & saving a leaf or two. Beautiful art at our feet, extravagantly supplied at ground level to swish our orange clogs thru. Enough to even rake into great red-orange piles, mountains of crunch like breakfast cereal. Simply put…I. LOVE. AUTUMN.
    BTW I have a bright orange shoulder bag-every time I use it, someone says how much they like it. Orange you glad?

  • Gorgeous orange photos! And I love orange too…xo
    ps…how delightful…orange shoes!

  • Lois Walsh

    We just presented orange tiger lillies and chocolates wrapped in orange paper to the director of the children’s special service at church last Sun. p.m. In Brazil, Oct. 12 is children’s day. We decided to close the month with a church service dedicated to children and led by the children. They sang songs with playback on the theme of Noah’s Ark. Several had solos and did very well. They had never done anything quite like this before. And since many have been quite rebellious in the past, it almost seemed like Sister Act II. It was a blessed service. We are reaping a harvest of results that honor our Lord. And . . . the orange tiger lillies look beautiful in Roberta’s livingroom!

  • Michelle

    I’ve never been a big fan of the color orange. Thank you for pai
    nting it in a new light for me.

  • Lucy LeForge

    Every season has it’s marvelous collection of colors, even winter with it white scapes. We get to enjoy the leaves before we rake them, then enjoy the snow before we shovel it. God’s way of keeping us active, which is good for us. If we can’t do those things, then others get to be charitable and help us out. They get to feel good, too. More silver linings.

  • Kim

    Just yesterday I was admiring God’s handiwork as I walked down our tree lined street. The array of colors was magnificent. Blessings to you and your family Patsy.

  • I used to think I loved all colors EXCEPT orange, but now it’s one of my absolute favorites. (I even painted my living room orange.) It feels like the color of hospitality to me–warm and welcoming. Wasn’t it sweet of God to give us a warm blanket of color just when the weather turns cold?

  • Mary Jarvis

    Ty for the lovely portrait of fall….. God sure has a way with a brush…. Love your inspirational words to help others look at the fall in a whole new way.. I too love fall and try to appreciate all the beauty that comes and goes so quickly. God Bless and stop to see the colors… : )

  • Orange you just colorful this morning! Isn’t it wonderful all the lovely colors God provides for us to enjoy? Yesterday I had the treat of seeing a blazing red Burning Bush with the early morning sunrise hues of pink and purple as it’s backdrop. Absolutely glorious.
    Certainly brightened my morning!

  • Dot Quaid

    Was just pointing out the Fall colors to my grandson this morning…the intense reds/oranges/golds against the dark green pines, it’s an explosion of color! God’s paintbrush is very busy at this time of the year!

  • I love orange too. 🙂

  • I love the colors right now. We have had beautiful fall weather and each day I think God took HIs paintbrush out just for me. Loving it.

  • Stephanie Nelson

    Orange you glad…..yes!!! The life of leaves…to start as a tiny bud….then going thru the “green” season…which lasts the longest…only to show the most richest and most beautiful of colors, right before returning to the earth. Kind of like life……I will enjoy myself while God has me in the “green”…..knowing the richest of beauty has yet to come:)

  • Yep, orange is beautiful!

  • Jo

    You made me laugh. You made me see beautiful pictures in my head. You made me like orange which usually isn’t one of my favorite colors. You should be a writer…or maybe a speaker..oh, wait…you have that covered. Thanks for being the bright spot in my morning…pun intended!

  • Barbara Mitchell

    Dear Patsy,

    I can just see you in those orange clogs….. you can wear so many vibrant colors, and I LOVE your style girl!!!!! All those leather jackets in wonderful colors…..

    I’m also enjoying your blog very much, and know you were born to write, cause I’m a very visual person, and as I read, I can imagine all those leaves…etc.


  • orange has been my favorite color since I was five. I had an orange bedspread and curtains and throw pillows with orange flowers. Mom used to say, “All your friends like pink and purple… why do you like orange?” And I would simply say, “Because pink and purple are not as happy”.

  • I love orange through your eyes! it is also the color of the Multiple Sclerosis society which means as someone with MS i see it a little differently, It is the color of HOPE! I would love to find your orange clogs! I have orange Crocs!

  • I’m feelin’ blue.

    Have you ever seen the ocean when it is calm and absent of whitecaps? When it is dark, dark blue, shimmering with the light from the sun as it peeks over the horizon at sunrise, with the promise of a bright, new day? That kind of blue.

    Have you ever seen the sky from 7000 feet, free from smog created by man? When it is clear, dark blue, with not a speck of clouds, not a hint of storm, fresh with the promise of peace? That kind of blue.

    Have you ever looked in someone’s eyes when there’s no one else but the two of you? When those eyes are deep, dark blue, full of laughter, love, and life with the promise of friendship? That kind of blue.

    Orange you glad for the blues?

  • Diana

    My whole focus in ministry is Orange…it’s the colour of change, and it’s the colour your get when you put red (the unconditional love of the home) into partnership with yellow (the light of Christ that the Church is called to be).

    I love that you love that colour too – it makes people smile, it draws our attention, and tends to brighten whatever space it’s in…just like you!