April 18, 2013


 I found myself contemplating the textures in my daily life, so I decided 
to go around the house and take pictures of some of them to share with you
 today. You can probably tell what they are, but I've labeled them just in case.

Yup. Corgi Neck Fur

Crocheted Lace

Pearl Cottons



Crown of Thorns Blossoms

 I didn't think I needed to add fabrics to this set. Perhaps I should have
snapped a picture of the "fuzz" that I have to wipe off the walls in the 
studio. Fuzz from all the dust I raise when cutting, sewing and layering
fabrics. (I found another spot that needs my Spring Cleaning touch!)

I hope I've inspired you to take a little time to consider all the myriad
textures in your life. It's my little version of "stop to smell the roses".
I'm sure you'll find your own assortment of textures to make you smile.
Happy Friday, friends!

6 friends clicked here to leave a note for me:

laurajane said...

Lovely post Donna,reminds me of a song I love.

Take time to wonder
At this world through which you wander
Never hurry past an open door
For you live in a universe
Full of miracles galore.

Takes me back a bit to my Girl Guide days.

Createology said...

This is quite the different post from you and it is very enjoyable. Taking time to really absorb all that surrounds us is refreshing and relaxing. I am absorbing lots as I clean house for arriving company. Friday Joy Dear...

Queenie Believe said...

Lovely set of textures! I especially liek the Corgi fur :o) and can certainly relate to an aboundance of fabric lint.
Have a wonderful weekend.
Always, Queenie

Chocolates4Breakfast (TerriBoog) said...

Great pics and wonderful textures!

Terri Sue said...

It's amazing what you can see when you look at the everyday things around us up close. The everyday can be amazingly beautiful. God's beauty is all around us.

Deb said...

One of my dad's favorite things to say to us was; you gotta take time to stop and smell the roses along the way. I try to remember to do that at least once a day. Thanks for bringing back a very good memory. I miss my dad very much. He left us in 1993.


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