This morning while chopping veggies for an omelette, I couldn't help but notice the delightful coloration of this sweet pepper.
The hues of the pepper made me stop to look around and realize how much color can stimulate our senses while adding enjoyment to our lives. (Could this be part of the reason Christmas is such a beloved time of year? Just think of all the colorful decorations.)
Taking time to look around my own home . . . the warm, golden brown of wood paneling, the bright blue of a Blue Jay's wing, the cheery yellow of a painted wall, the rosy red of a jar of home-canned tomato juice, the twinkling hazel color of a loved ones eyes, the myriad of vivid colors in a scrap quilt.
I'm glad the world is more than black and white.