|It was pretty obvious I was going to be stuck indoors being nurse for several days. Even with the dreariness of those few days, I became keenly aware of the beauty I saw out my windows. God’s Beauty is more stunning than anything I could ever create.|
|I live in an old home, on an acre and a half of land. Lots of old trees, old plantings, old windows. Lots of history.|
|I wouldn’t replace these drafty old 8 over 8 windows for the best energy-efficient faux wood replacement windows out there. Sometimes “better” is not really . . . better.|
This is what I get to see, even on sick days. What a gift! For that, I am thankful.
I have windows on three walls of my bedroom. This is the view of the creek with its stacked-stone walls out the back of my bedroom. Occasionally, I see a duck or a red fox when I glance out this window.
This may be my favorite – this is the view I have when I put on my make-up in the mornings. My husband made a tree swing for each of my daughters, and I get to see both of them when my day starts.
|This is my view from where I write most of my blogposts. I stare out this window when I’m searching for inspiration.|
|My baby girl is all better now. What a gift. For that, I am truly thankful.|
Photo Credits: The Decorologist.