With this week’s challenge, show us what yellow means to you.
Yellow and banana go hand in hand.
Obviously the color of a ripe banana skin is yellow.
To me, a banana is a fruit with yellow skin but I soon learned that yellow or banana means an Asian person, perhaps more specifically a Chinese person. I have no idea where the term came from but looking around me and the Chinese community, I failed to see any yellow in them. Most of them are either light brown or tanned and some are even faired skinned.
Nevertheless Yellow is a nice color and it signifies royalty to some nations.
Christmas is just round the corner.
Let’s share the joy nativity brings with the world.
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We spent a nice evening at The Silo Night Markets which kick off each weekend at 5:00pm every Friday. Friday’s are also home to Auckland’s only regular open-air cinema, Silo Cinema – a fantastic outdoor film experience, where movies of all genres are projected onto the iconic Silo 7. Silo Park offers the ultimate weekend outing for all ages, inviting families and friends to grab a bite, pull up a beanbag and enjoy the show.
The good thing is we had fun, the movie shown last night was ‘Good Morning, Vietnam’ starring Robin Williams who may be gone, but not forgotten.
In today’s challenge, show us what “gone, but not forgotten” means to you. It could be a photo of a faithful canine friend who’s chasing squirrels in a better place, a spot in your city, town, or village that reminds you of a relationship now over, a talisman that reminds you of something that you can never get back, a photo of you in your smashing 70s silver lamé jumpsuit, or the crumbs that remain from the delicious cheesecake you baked.
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