Even in my retirement, I want something to cheer up when starting on a new week.
After several weeks of rain, the kind Sun did show his face yesterday, However, this could be brief; forecast is that it will be followed by at least several rainy and cloudy days.
My mind still wanders back to February / March when our hearts were uplifted by the yellow rapeseed flowers in Luoping, Yunnan of China.
I hope you don’t mind me posting a few more images showing similar but not identical view of the yellow fields.
What a joy it was to walk among the yellow fields. We felt blessed to be there strolling the fields when the flowers were in full bloom.
While I tried to take pictures without tourists in the images, but sometimes I feel that their presence would further remind us of the happy time when we were down at the fields.
Have a great week 🙂
In Thailand, there is a color associated with each day of the week:
Monday = Yellow
Tuesday = Pink
Wednesday = Green
Thursday = Orange
Friday = Blue
Saturday = Purple
Sunday = Red
On Monday, many of the Thais dress in yellow, the day of the week on which their king was born, to show respect for him.
After the recent trip to Luoping, Yunnan in China, I am overwhelmed with yellow . . . . I have so many photos showing the yellow canola or rapeseed flowers all over the place. Should I showcase them . . . . . . . . on each Monday??