Tuesday, March 30, 2010

A Romantic

For myself the coming of the spring holds much promise of a lovely , relaxing time out-of-doors and adds more living space... I plan on the use of timeless, simple, and lovely objects to add to it's charm...
Last evening and over night we had a heavy frost... I had many little plants being fooled by the warmer temps than normal into believing it was time to show their faces... opps.... I noticed my hopps was out of the ground a couple inches.. I will check on it later... I love sitting out under hundreds of visible stars ... just peering at them and seeing the lights of planes in flight and wondering who is on them and where they are going... It is a relaxing relief for the mind and body after a busy day... As the heavy slimmer of frost is slowly disappearing with the suns arrival it brings a perfect blend of hope and desire for a lovely day... I haven't been on the computer as much the past week or so... but I have checked in on my breaks with some blogs... Keeping it simple I have left a few comments or a short note but not at all meaning I am not enjoying lovely post and pictures..... The need to take some time to make a grocery list has arrived also for this coming Sunday... and the trip to the grocery store will be necessary in a couple days.... I don't really enjoy grocery shopping and will give myself a small pep talk as I depart.... I would much rather dream of vintage pieces and decorating but I don't think the family would appreciate this when they come to graze Sunday... My favorite time is still spent on dreaming how to decorate our everyday lives with a touch of romance...so we can enjoy every idle hour... My idle hour is about to end as I type this post and I will be sticking my head in our cedar closet to create organization and search for un-used treasures.... Enjoy your day.....

2 comments:

Marilyn said...

You have such a beautiful way with words & so much of the time your words echo my heart!!
Happy Tuesday!!
Love,
Marilyn
xxoo

Patti's Artful Design said...

Your comments made me realize that I need to "live in the moment" more and take "it" all in. Thank you, Marietta!