Authentic expression; staying close to what is real and sacred @ gemmashouse
I love that photo! The lace curtain against the rough wood and stucco is beautiful. And the haiku says it all. It's the same here.
Oooh Gemma. I love the way this window looks. Janet has it right, the rough wood and stucco is totally beautiful. I love the look. My overhead fan is on right now. Later it will be my air conditioner. Yes we grow a lot and the beds are very long as you see and we give a lot of our growth away. Thx for stopping by my blog and I really love this picture you have of your window. Take care.
Heat seems to be on everyone's mind these days with the weather affecting our lives. I turned off the oscillating feature and have my fan directed in a straight line into my face. I'll embellish that when I ride the motorcycle later today with some friends. I suppose you have either air conditioning or a swamp cooler. Both give relief from the sometimes harsh effects of nature.Much Peace sent your way
i think i hear that very sound,and your heart beating..because that is the strongestof the two!xoxoxo
grateful you have relief from the heat! I love the textures and colors in your photo.
Nice work girl, as always. Keep cool. Rain here every single day. Want some?
Oh, this is so nicely done
such a beautiful vignette...it would make me forget the heat.
ah, thanks for the oscillating fan ~ delightful haiku and New England is sizzling too!
Thank God for fans and ac in this hot summer !Enjoy your weekend !
Even up in Prescott, we have to have the fans constantly going...my husband and I don't even have AC! Stay cool!
I love this photo!And your poem...fans are what we use too,just the movement of air is enough to helpyou breathe.♥♥
Love the wabi sabi of your capture! I have a home in AZ too! Stay cool!
Aren't fans one of the greatest inventions ever? :)Barbs of Loneliness
Love this picture. It reminds me of the birds nest on a window ledge at the St. Francis Chapel in Fransiscan University in Steubenville, Ohio. Both are old, long empty and holding the place forever.