I have been practicing living in the moment by finding joy in the present and letting go of what is over. It took some diligence at first but now I catch myself when my mind slips into thinking of yesterdays and tomorrows.
I am reminded of this practice every morning as I remove the drooping blossoms of my daylilies.
They burst forth each morning with a glorious blossom on each stalk and when the day is complete, they let it go.
The next morning a fresh blossom is wide open taking in the day and giving off it's beauty.
They don't wonder if yesterday's blossom was good enough.
My blog is focused on what I saw, heard about, or encountered during my day. I ZOOM IN on things I find particularly interesting, beautiful, or humorous. My interests overlap and mesh in the fields of interior design, rehab, photography, architecture, color, and anything painted. Throw in salvage, bargain hunting, recycling and that summarizes what you are likely to find on this page.