A cherished photo from a trip out west in the late eighties. I carried it with me through many many moves and just had it framed. It’s little worn and frayed but all the more meaningful for the wonderful memories it represents. No matter what your style, framing the things that are important to you is one of the key aspects of creating a space that is uniquely yours.
Last night I read this line from one of Anais Nin’s diaries; “luxury is not a necessity to me, but beautiful and good things are.”
Oh how perfectly stated. How wonderfully true.
I just planted this beautiful, verdant, happy fern into this white spun clay pot and I feel so thankful for all things beautiful and good.
Little white stone Buddha on my bedroom dresser – my peaceful reminder to be present and breathe.