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!
Wishing people around the world experience moments of hope, love, and light today. Thank you so much for spending a moment of your time here with me.
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.
I love the mixture of materials at this front door and how it projects such a classy impression. Maybe something good to keep in mind this Christmas holiday week…you can mix it up a lot of different ways but always keep it classy friends! 🙂
A bit off shape today but still on topic, I decided to share this most lovely Holiday decor created by fellow gardening friend, author, speaker - Mary Ann Newcomer. Mary Ann, quite the creative type, did what gardener's do, added natural elements such as twigs and locust pods to this evergreen base. Then, a …