My Favorite Photos of the Week

Here’s the camera roll for the last week:

In the morniing chalkboard

I’ve changed some decor around after taking the Christmas beauty down.  Why can’t I just scribble and draw on my chalkboards every day?  It’s a favorite past time.  This saying is so true – Jesus…He’s what I need every. single.day.

bedroom mantle

This is my bedroom mantle.  I love the painting of the skaters.  My talented mom painted this – it’s only one of many she’s done. Yeah, I scribble – she paints!   I usually hang this over my piano for the winter months, but the aquas look so pretty in my bedroom, I decided to leave it in there.

paper box

My organized daughter, Whitney challenged me to get my wrapping box in order after the rush of Christmas caused it to be a disaster in disarray.  All the gift bags are stacked according to size and holiday, the ribbons are in one place and the tissue is on top.  She approved.  =)

winter mornings

I love winter mornings.  When we get up, it’s still plenty dark outside.  Inside it’s cozy with candles flickering and soft lights glowing.  I came downstairs for a second cup of coffee this week and found my husband reading his Bible  on his phone and Liza Jane waiting for a treat  bowing in prayer beside him. =^..^=

latte

My daughter, Alli and I met in Jonesborough on Monday morning to catch up and chat at the cutest little coffee shop that’s recently opened in town.  I had my first Chai Latte.  It was delicious!   I hope it won’t be my last!

As I look back on these six photos, I see a thread –

~The joy of making the most of each day.

~Organizing to make tasks easier and more fun.

~Decorating, crafting and embellishing to create an inviting environment in our home.

~Simplicity that brings delight.

God is so good, so generous, and loving to allow eyes to see, hands to work, and hearts to love at home, my favorite place.

What have you enjoyed about home this week?

With love from my country home,

 

7 thoughts on “My Favorite Photos of the Week”

  1. I enjoyed your blog. The picture of Dale almost reminds me of the famous man with bread praying. Liza is sure a scene stealer.

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