Stephen and I really don't get out of the house a lot.
It used to drive me crazy to be cooped up all of the time, but now we are used to it.
Now that my knee is better, a couple of days a week we do drive my husband to work so that I can have the car. Our local hospital has a nice little trail to walk. We tried to walk it several times last winter but it is up on a hill, no trees, and this is a very windy town. It just didn't work for Stephen at all.
Now it is summer though; mornings are pleasant.
Last time we walked I let Stephen go very slowly, filling his pockets with treasures (rocks) along the way.
Today we chose another treasure--we'll share it in a moment.
First let me show you our very drab ugly eating area.
My husband and I move about every 2 years right now, and just live in rental houses.
The current house is wonderfully large (for us), but so ugly!
We grow weary of hanging and taking down decor so we don't have much on our walls in the living room/dining room area.
Here is our very drab dining area:
Today while Stephen and I were walking, we chose some treasures to help brighten our simple days a bit.
Doesn't this look better?
Someday those ugly chairs are getting some fabric covering them!
We didn't have a vase, so we used something else from our simple life.
Does this help?
I do so much enjoy being a Hillbilly.
I may not have China, or fancy little teapots--nor would I want them.
They are not me.
Morning walks, weeds and wildflowers, pockets of 'treasures',
and water bottle vases.
These things make me happy.