If you read my post here, you know that beauty is important to me. I’m a very visual person and my environment really affects me.
Lately I have been particularly bothered by looking out from my desk onto the bleak landscape of my porch. Frankly, it was depressing.
At least we have furniture (someone gave us the table and chair) , but of course you need to be able to sit in it!
Thanks to clearance items in the Walmart Garden Center and a plywood seat, the porch is a little better now.
Kim S. says
Kimberlee, that looks like such a lovely spot to sit and have a refreshing
smoothie. It really does not take a big budget to add beauty to our lives, but sometimes it easy to get weighed down by all the deco mags. and shows. How much more are we at peace with our home and selves when
we appreciate what we’ve got and work with in our limits!
Thanks Kim! In the past I have let budget restraints keep me in an impoverished state of mind (and home!), but I’ve realized that these expenditures are important in living a fulfilled life. There is nothing spiritual about living in an ugly space-haha!