27 January 2013

A Beautiful Year (part 2)

 I am continuing the series of photos from 2012 that I consider beautiful. Our weather is rather cold right now (for the South at least) so it is a great time to sort through pictures.

I know it is a bit of a cliche, but it is still true.
Beauty is all around us, sometimes in the simplest things.
 There is a certain grace in the lines of older appliances. We had this Electrolux vacuum refurbished shortly after we got married and it still works like a charm (except on the stairs).
 Not just cute (although he is that), but beautiful (and curious too).
 I can't talk about beauty without mentioning this comfortable creature, Spontaneous the cat.
 View through the trees, Battery Park, Charleston SC. Don't the trees just look like they are dancing?
 Tasty things to come.
 He who makes me smile. My Sweet Husband does more to make my life beautiful than anyone or anything else (he is also quite easy on the eyes).
 My warm weather oasis. Can't wait to get back out there with a lovely cup of tea. You can't see it, but there are two chairs, so my Sweetie can join me.

The road home.
What could be more beautiful than that.



  1. ooo coffee....ha...there is beautiful in the nostalgic things like that vacuum...really cool...

    did you get snow on your end of the mountains? ours is melting now...

  2. Such terrific photos and I love that silly squirrel!

  3. I can't decide which is my most favorite. Well you know it has to be the cute little squirrel or kitty! :)
    xo Catherine

  4. Oh, can not believe your vacuum leaner is so old and still functional, I am impressed.;)
    Love the way you always talk about your husband your love for each other is so inspiring.;) Lovely images - indeed, life is beautiful.;) It is all in the eyes of the beholder.;)
    Have a great weekend,


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