I am now surrounded by things and people I love. Want a tour?
When we moved we began using my really ugly formica and metal
sewing table. Not industrial or mid century modern just ugly.
But the other day when I was cleaning and dusting I decided to rearrange and at least make it look a little better . . .
I added the Faith Christmas ornament a co-worker gave me to my
crazy cheap resale shop lamp. That is actually so ugly it's cute.
At least to me. Then I added my pretty gardening books.
See the little bunny? He is a painted rock. And then a photo of my grandson and grand daughter from a couple of years ago.
A close up of the bunny rock. My parents bought for me at a craft sale in Tennessee.
My father and my grand parents. He was leaving for the navy.
I've recently started drinking ginger tea in the morning. I was told by a client it is good for your joints . . .
Yes that is a Christmas tea cup. And; I did just now take the photo of my morning cup of tea. This is the only tea cup I have. So I didn't pack it away. I enjoy my tea and somehow it just isn't the same in a coffee cup.
My morning cup of tea, or mid day glass of Dr. Pepper, or evening glass of wine sits on this coaster. Part of a set our daughter gave us for Christmas. Someone made it for her it is a tile I think with a stencil or transfer.
These are the things that sit to my left. And on my right just a few things . . .
More family photo's. The bottom is our son and his daughter
(from the previous shot). I think this is a precious photo.
Above on the pedestal is the couple. A snowy wedding day 17 years ago. They celebrated the anniversary this past weekend.
And it snowed again!
Next to the wedding photo is the girl in pink. She loves pink.
I get a lot of photo's in the mail. My DIL is wonderful about sending photo's. I love framing them and keeping them out where I can enjoy them.
So now I love my desk. I've added things a people I love to surround me while I spend my days on My Journey
Do you surround yourself with things and people you love?
Have a good day