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Tuesday, May 7, 2013

Because sometimes the things we get the most joy out of are the simplest. Like the rose bush on the side of our house that has some serious history to it (wish I knew the whole story). It just keeps blooming like crazy with roses in 2-3 different shades.
 Our new rug that could possibly go down is history as one of my greatest scores. More on this later.
This no-cost fire pit brings me immense joy so often. The other day I can home from a bike ride and the hubs had a fire going for me when I got back. Steps 2-5 involved beer, mason jars, hotdogs and marshmallows. (Good thing I went on that bike ride huh?)
Our new mudroom door and a small part of our clipboard collection on display in the kitchen. The question is - do I add more or leave it at three? The middle blue one is a recent estate sale find for $1.00. It has a tiny white squiggly lined grid on it that's to die for. It's my current fave amongst the collection. (crappy photo, sorry - all of these images were captured via iphone. some had good light, others... not so much)
And just because it's so dang fab, let's take another look at that rose. Are you kidding me? Love it against the black wall. And the vase my MIL gave me a while back is just perfect for a single bud. I kind of can't stop staring at the beauty of this flower. 

What are some of your current faves at home? xo


  1. I love finding joy in tiny things. I used to feel a little silly getting excited about something like a pretty flower, or a lovely event like a campfire. I've learned instead to feel a little sorry for people who can't enjoy them as fully.

    So nice to read about the simple pleasures :)

  2. Wow, that flower is really beautiful!! I wouldn't be able to take my eyes off it either.


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