Thursday, January 27, 2011

Sit Here

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I followed an urge to sit here today.

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As a result,

I was inspired this afternoon,

to look at something from a different perspective.

During the last few days I have walked into this same area of my home

and looked around

trying to decide

what to change.

I was looking for magic.

I was looking for something to fix,

to share,

to include in a post.

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The message this afternoon, however,

was different today.

It was

’sit here,

take a closer look-

nothing has changed other than your

attitude about it’.

And so I did.

 

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The bells, the book, the cut glass pieces,

the small bowl,

the lamp,

and the side table

are all flea market finds,

and they have served me

well.

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Now I am

inspired.

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Linking to

Debra’s Vintage Inspiration Friday

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24 comments:

Marydon said...

G'eve Laura ~
Your inspiration nudges me ... lovely treasures & decor.

Have a beautiful winter's eve ~
TTFN ~
Marydon

GIVEAWAY ends Sunday

NanaDiana said...

Awww... I wish I could have been sitting there with you. I'd just drink my coffee and let you look around and enjoy the warmth of our friendship. I love those little bells. I wonder if they are from India originally? Hugs- Diana

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

Beautiful chair and all of your accessories are gorgeous. I love it all. Isn't it funny how you can sit in a different chair and have a totally different view of a room. Hugs, Marty

Glenda/MidSouth said...

Looks like a pretty place to sit and relax.
Enjoy your evening.
Glenda
If you like toile, stop by as I am having a giveaway.

Brenda Kula said...

I just love it when I sense excitement and inspiration in a blogging friend! I know it will rub off on me!
Brenda

texwisgirl said...

I love the bells and that wonderful bowl. Just beautiful!

Vintage Linen Treasures said...

Wonderful post! Sometimes just sitting and looking at the things we already have is all we need. Your items were great and beautiful finds.
Patricia :o)

Theresa said...

Sweet, sweet inspiration:) Sometimes we just need to look around! Enjoy your evening dear Laura, HUGS!

Olive Cooper said...

Why do we yearn for change? I think sitting and reflecting as you did is a very good idea♥

Deb said...

very nice Laura...

Midcenturymadam said...

It's always a good thing to look at things from a different perspective. Lovely.

Carrie @ Cottage Cozy said...

...and now I am inspired too!

Sarah said...

You have me smiling again. I'm inspired!

Sonya@Beyond the Screen Door said...

It's all about perspective! Thank you! I'm being inspired with just a new perspective!

Dawn said...

You have nudged and inspired me to look a bit closer at what already is instead of trying to change it. Thank you! Beautiful post!!!

Lana said...

Wonderful post! You always have wonderful posts, but I love your philosophical poetry paradigm (sorry for the massive alliteration there!) here oh-so-much!

Have a super blessed day,
Lana

Beeutiful by Design said...

Can I come and sit at your house? I think it would be very relaxing & very beeutiful! Jennifer

Katie said...

INSPIRED. Your photos, accessories and everything is inspiring to me. I need some inspiration to get my CHRISTMAS decorations all down and pull my house together in an inspired way. I'm a new follower.
Katie
http://pinkepost.blogspot.com

Lea said...

Oh, the spot looks so warm and inviting to me. You always inspire me and your pictures are always gorgeous! Happy Friday!

Claudia said...

So true! Every once in a while I find myself sitting in a chair other than my usual chair and I am amazed at how much my perspective changes!

xo
Claudia

Debra@Common Ground said...

Laura dear, so beautiful, I love the way you "think"!
xoxo,
Debra

From Beyond My Kitchen Window said...

I think style comes very easily to you. Just lovely.

Nancy's Notes said...

You are always thinking...your thinking inspires.

You are one of a kind.

Love you sweet lady.

Nancy

trash talk said...

What Lana said.
Debbie

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