Weekly Photo Challenge: Yellow

In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Yellow.”

Yes, they said they threw us a curveball with the challenge for yellow right in the midst of silver and red and green holiday colors.  No lemons available in the house.

giant duck on River

Allegheny River Pittsburghcaution tape

New York City

yellow dress at EasterNew York City

yellow pastryyellow cabs 2

Central Park Taxi Cabs

pasta

Pasta at Eatalyyellow carouselJane’s Carousel Brooklyn

brooklyn botanic garden rose

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Tribute Reading & Reception 9-18-10/Scroll Down for Information

Celebration of the Life of Christina Murdock
Tess created this bouquet for Joan when she hosted Book Club. Christina was a member of Book Club, too.
Christina Murdock

Christina Murdock was awarded the 2006 Sara Henderson Hay Prize from The Pittsburgh Quarterly Online, and her writing has been published in The 10th Floor Review, Collision, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and Voices from the Attic and Pittsburgh CityPaper. She died in April just one week before her 30th birthday and is survived by her husband, Terry, and daughter, Sophia. A  tribute reading of her work will be held at 1:00-3:00  p.m. on Sept. 18 at Kresge Theater, Carlow University. Free and open to the public.   Sales of her book, Burying the Body,($12.95)  will benefit a scholarship fund for her daughter. Sponsored by Madwomen in the Attic, a creative writing group for women @ Carlow University.  If you would like to order a book let me know.

Old Fashioned Rose Bouquet in Candlelight

Book club tonight,  I hosted.  And Then We Came to An End by Joshua Ferris.  Recommend if you work in an office or a cubicle, author nails office culture and characters in an economic downturn, lots of seemingly authentic people inhabit the book. Well written.  Joan brought a mixed berry pie from Patty’s Farm Market and some vanilla gelato.  Sliced Pink Lady apples and Cabot sharp cheddar.  Guacamole and white corn chips. Tess picked lovely roses from her garden and brought the bouquet in a vase. The smell permeated the living room. After everyone left, I lit a couple of candles to photograph them. There are more than 450 varieties of roses that start with the letter B. If you want to grow them click here

a bouquet of roses from Tess's garden, candlelight image
My Grandmother Hendricks crocheted the doily. I love that word.