This wreath is so colorful and festive that I just had to post it on New Year's Eve! Here's to mud in your eye if you are a gardener! And if not, well then simply cheers! Cheers to new beginnings wherever you decide to start them but most definitely in the garden! Many thanks to …
As we head toward the new year and possibly entertain a little self-reflection about starting afresh, remember to emphasize your assets in your new ventures! I think that is what was decided here…have a pink door - go with it! (Spotted at the entrance to a grooming salon.) And for a bit more on this …
You just never know what you might see... I saw this pretty wreath while driving a tiny back road near the foothills. The winter light and it's shadows are so interesting together. Winter twilight, fleeting but lovely.
I like the silver bells against the rustic wood on this front door. The size attracts my eye as well. Simple and pretty.
A very frosty Friday as much fog has covered the Boise valley. This wreath has an entirely new color and textured added - as the frost wraps it. The sun, although trying to break through, is able to cast just a milky light so far. Pretty. Frosty. Friday. Keep warm.
One thing I love about living in Boise is there's no shortage of outdoor enthusiasts! It's Holiday week, be merry in your outdoor endeavors!
Spotted these wreaths on a community run, hanging from the porch of an Arts and Craftsman-style home. I like the re-use of twigs or grapevines as they may be, and I like the message. Peace to you.