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peggy forma

carol
love your armoires and your home. warm and inviting just like you!!!
i too love details - in my home and in my crafting. one special vase or plant make the difference in a room as you showed. in making books that one flower or lace or button can change an ordinary page to extraordinary. right now - this minute - my details are putting away everything in my room that i left out!!!! i spent about two weeks REALLY cleaning my room and i see it starting to get "out of hand"
xxxoooxxx
peggy

Sophie Anne

Thank you for posting the quote, it's just what I need in my crazy life. Beautiful blog, I am really enjoying it.

Ernestine

THANS FOR SHARING YOUR SPACE..WHEN WILL YOU HAVE YOUR PROJECT UP A SCRAPBOOKS ETC.

Susan M.

Watching my teenaged son's face. He is going through a tough time right now, transition from high school to college, and the different moods show on his face. He cannot believe how I can pick up on the different ones.

:)

karla

nature.... my bearded iris' are blooming like crazy and its such a blessing to see.

Claudia

Those armoires are beautiful! I love the way they look in your room!

LenaS

Details...well, i have recently noticed weeds in the yard that need to be taken care of before it gets too hot!

Ida

Carol-
Your armoirs are beautiful.
I, too notice details in my life everday. I see it in nature (spring's first blush), my hobbies (the choice of a color that works), food and cooking and the texture, smell and color of food and its presentation. And so much more... I see it in my work life, too. As the school year is beginning to come to a close, evaluating my students' progress is required. I need to step back and forth to evaluate each child. Did they make progress in particular areas? If so, what specific skills are involved. Perhaps the slightest nuance of a newly acquired skill deserves futher reinforcement so that the child can cement that skill. It is in the details that we can refine our lives to be more meaningful. Noticing the details forces us to live in the moment and see the beauty that surrounds us.
Hope you are well. XOXO Ida

Pearl Maple

Happy Easter to you and your family.

Glad you enjoyed your trip down under!

Have long been a fan of the Inspired Workshops and do hope one day Australia can start hosting similar - I would be first in line!

Sharyn

I love that quote! thanks for sharing!!

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