Home is where the Art is.

I really enjoyed this post from Thoughts on Theatre and thought you might too. I’m a real homebody, and a cancerian. So creating a comfortable, beautiful, home environment is essential to me, and one of the ways I nourish my senses (and soul) on a daily basis…. Since I don’t have a garden right now, I buy flowers every week or two (even if it’s just a bunch of carnations), and arrange them in everything from old jam jars to vase. When their petals fall off I often gather them into tiny bowls, scatter them on my daughter’s pillow, or put them on my altar, along with other ephemera I’ve found, maybe a shell, or a seed pod, or a dried leaf of a particularly lovely shape, I recently found one shaped like a pear which I’ll post a photo of tomorrow…. Books are another essential ‘furnishing’ and there never seem to be enough selves. I work best in a clutter free or least clutter contained environment? What about you? What things do have in your home that nourish your senses and create beauty? I love to read about or see them? So feel free to write me.

With warmest Aloha,


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Passionate Poet, Writer, Yoga Teacher, Realistic Idealist, Devotee, servant and Champion of Beauty, Lover of Life: visit me at Engagingthesenses.com
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