Hello friends ! Welcome. So glad your here! Friday again and I'm grateful for the gift of it. I hope this weekend we all find simple ways to rest, recoup and celebrate life. Lets start right here - - - A Good Word Wishing you this From Feather and Nest A Good Look Take … Continue reading The Friday Recliner ~ March 5th
Hey friends. Welcome Need a deep breath and a few moments to yourself? Yep me too I hope this'll help - - - A Good Word Image by Jodie Grubbs A Good Look Where's your heart leading you this weekend ? Photo by KJ Ramsey A Good Idea from Amber C Haines This is about … Continue reading The Friday Recliner ~ February 26th
Hey friend. Welcome !! So glad your here. Been a bit of a week? Most of them are aren't they? Whether your sprinting in or limping - - - you've made it! And right here, right now rest invites you. Let's lean on in I hope this helps - - - A Good Word … Continue reading The Friday Recliner ~ February 19th
No I haven't movedNo we didn't put up another wallWhat I did do after much umming and ahhing and toing and froing is buy the largest outdoor mat I could find.And its shown me that after all these years this ol house can still surprise the socks off me somedays.So in the interests of general … Continue reading The Outdoor Room I Never Knew I Had
Now I don’t have a balcony or a view of any exotic looking European buildings
What I do have is a great ugly back verandah that the dogs have the run of, It holds fine views of the two rabbit cages, a pumpkin vine gone wild and a lawn that nearly always needs mowing.
But she might be a beauty yet.
They say necessity is the mother of invention.
Well so is 15 year old boy constantly in your earhole about the sheer indecency of having the smallest bedroom in the house, maybe the whole town, possibly the universe
I had to remind myself that it's OK to start right where I am and its always ALWAYS OK to learn as I go and make mistakes and do things in my own way at my own pace. That goes for you too. And yes sometimes it takes a bit of trial and error to work out your own style and your own pace. But mistakes and working stuff out as you go is part of the process and its OK
Do anything for twelve days straight and it will make a difference. Something will change or lift or be discovered or take flight. You'll get a grip or get an idea or see things clearer. You'll look better or feel better or maybe your house will too. Not by some far fangled magic or some secret method but in the simple act of doing the thing consistently, of going through the steps and doing the work.
Surprised the heck out of me.