551. The sun’ll come out tomorrow; bet your bottom dollar that tomorrow there’ll be sun. ~Excerpt from ANNIE written by Charles Strouse and Martin Charnin

Just thinkin’ about
Tomorrow
Clears away the cobwebs,
And the sorrow
‘Til there’s none!

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When I’m stuck in a day
That’s gray,
And lonely,
I just stick out my chin
And Grin,
And Say,
Oh!
The sun’ll come out
Tomorrow
So ya gotta hang on
‘Til tomorrow
Come what may
Tomorrow! Tomorrow!
I love ya Tomorrow!
You’re always A day A way!
~All lyrics above are from ANNIE
written by Charles Strouse and Martin Charnin

As you can see in my photo, Jack Frost came for a brief visit during the night and added a touch of icy sparkle to the edges of a yellowed, fading leafy nugget. And after a series of gray, gloomy, below-freezing days, the sun has come out filling our hearts with hope and glorifying autumn’s remnants with lovely, luscious light.

As for me, I will always have hope; I will praise You more and more. ~Psalm 71:14   ✝

34 thoughts on “551. The sun’ll come out tomorrow; bet your bottom dollar that tomorrow there’ll be sun. ~Excerpt from ANNIE written by Charles Strouse and Martin Charnin

  1. Love it Natalie!! The photo is beautiful…and Annie is one of my favorites. I got to work on the scenery for the play last Christmas at our local 600 seat theatre. It was the first time I saw the play! The song is a beautiful ode to how we should stay in our Faith!! Much love ❤

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    • Thanks, Lorrie, I’m glad you liked my post and photo for the day. When I woke up and saw the sun shining after all the gray, gloomy days we’d been having that’s the first thing that came to mind and I started singing the song. So I just decided to go with the song for my post! Hugs, N ❤

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  2. You’re singing my song—today is wet, grey, windy and cold (the winds broke my “make shift” bird feeder pole I bought from Lowes—a fragile waste!!) and the high tomorrow is not predicted to get over freezing—but it’s all good because tomorrow, there will be sun!!!
    A lovely image with heartening words!!!
    cheers to Texas—hugs and warm love from Georgia!!!

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  3. Wonderful Natalie. I loved Annie. I went to see it with my great Aunt when it first came out, but the line up was too long and we didn’t get in to see it. You know, I used to do musical theatre. I would have loved to do Annie.
    Stunning photo, and I love how you expressed yourself about the cold days and your appreciation of the sun. I can’t wait for the sun to shine here again. It was sooooo hot, and then all of a sudden we got a ton of rain and cold. I’m so tired and fatigued and depressed because of it. I am not one that takes sudden changes in climate well at all. My body and emotions just can’t handle it. Pray for sun for us, my friend.
    Love and hugs.
    🙂 ❤

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      • Oh no, I did end up seeing it after. Just not that day. THanks for the prayers Natalie. I really need some sunshine. It’s like winter here right now, right in the middle of Spring. Brrrrr.
        Love and hugs to you.
        🙂 ❤

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  4. Used to love this song, even though it’s really kitsch. Played it on the phonograph (remember those?) when I had to clean the house. But I never thought of it in terms of real sun coming out after a nasty cold and rainy day. Good for you!!! 😀

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  5. Let’s sing at the top of our lungs Tomorrow tomorrow I 💗💜❤️💗💜❤️ you tomorrow!!!!!!!! You’re always a day away! Drum roll big finish!!!!💗💜❤️💗💜❤️💗💜❤️😄😄😄😄😄😄😄😄😄😄😍😍😍😍😍😍I love you N

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