Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Details of a well lived life...




Some days are more reflective than others.  The past two days have been so beautiful here at home that sitting inside working at my computer seems like a crime during the day.  I have been day dreaming and thinking a lot.  

I found something that is so fun here on Kimberly's blog.  Something I love.  I am a list maker and this seems like the best kind of list - a Life List.  Aside from making this my new before bed project I have been thinking about how we need to get back to basics here at home (my home) we need to entertain more, visit with friends more, spend more time together just playing and laughing.  I have been thinking about friends and how easy it is to make new friends and how we can loose track of old friends.  In the world of blogging and design a friend can easily be a reader, a client, a fellow designer or a vendor, each is still a friend with which a wonderful common interest is shared.  So to those of you that I am lucky enough to call friend I am saying thank you for all you do for me and for making each day special.  

Have a wonderful Wednesday... and I promise to not be soooo sappy tomorrow!  

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8 comments:

Design is... All in the Detail said...

I am definitely a list maker too! Maybe I should give this s whirl... Thanks for sharing. Enjoy the rest of your day. Jalon

Mary Anne said...

You are far from sappy Christina! I have always believed that sensitivity to family, friends and life is the only way. In fact, only yesterday I had a phone call from a client turned friend on how special I was because of my post on the Pied d terre. . . she said I gave her reason to think about taking time for others!!(and expressing it) If we only change the heart of a few through blogging and friendships we have succeeded! I loved this post Christina!
M>A. ox

PURA VIDA said...

Thanks for sharing the loveliness

Kris said...

It's easy to get caught up in the day to day things and even harder to find the time to spend with others without reevaluating your priorities.

In the end, if you can manage to do this, you'll never be disappointed with the outcome!

Lexie said...

I love sappy. (and your gorgeous images too! I posted most of your garden/pool pics on pinterest-- linked back to you, of course. And I woke up to about a 100 emails! LOL)

The Cape Club said...

LOVE the bowl of spring pink Ranuncula bulbs... and I also love that turq. EL body creme.. I wish you well over Easter and take this time to thank you for visiting my home office daily, with your stunning images.. Roll on the soppyness.. I love it when anybody shows their human side xx j

The Salvage Snob said...

Well said!!! Never underestimate the power of a good list.

mimi charmante said...

Hey girlie!
I would love to see your life list - have you considered making a list of things you would love to do? It was an interesting study in where my priorities are at this stage of my life~
Have a fabulous Easter weekend mon amie,
xx