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  Well are you ready for another guessing game? Last week was so much fun that I tough this would be even more fun. I took a picture on black & white and sepia and now you have to guess what are the 3 color that I use, the leaf is stamp on very vanilla and then I use 3 more color so now leave a comment with your 3 choice of color or e-mail me here I will give you 3 hint *one color is in subtles and 2 in regals, * all 3 color are some of my favorites(one is my favorites for fall, one for winter/all time, one for Christmas) * I never use that combination together but remmber I’m working on my color coach classes. You can view HERE what the color coach class is and I have to add this is a great class to learn how to use colors.  .. This time that you are correct or not, just for playing along your name will be enter to win a roll of ribbon grosgrain striped pumpkin pie. I will take all guess now till Wednesday and announce the winner Friday. Good Luck!

Play the guessing game to have the chance to win the ribbon. Good Luck!

 Do you know what that is? Well it’s call a Sundog. Never herd of that till last Friday. I was watching my kids play tennis and my daughter was keep on putting her hand in her face and looking up at the sky….well she came to tell us to look at the rainbow around the sun man I got blinded a few time before I could see it. You have to blog the direct sun with you hand then you can see the rainbow circle around the sun this don’t happen often but Friday was perfect. My husband was at the match and he said it’s a Sundog we (parents watching the match) said what/ Sundog? we all thought he was crazy but one of the dad had a smart phone and he Google Sundog and yap he was right plus he told us when is flying he see them more often then we can see then on earth, I guess those pilot see many thing that we don’t even when we are flying we just have that little window but they have the big view. Google explain ”  
A sundog is a rainbow-like spot in a cirrus cloud. Light shining through ice crystals in the cloud makes a sundog, much like light shining through raindrops makes a rainbow. “They are reddish on the side facing the sun and often have bluish-white tails stretching horizontally away from them,” say David Lynch and William Livingston in Color and Light in Nature.

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