Prairie Blue


...............at my front door spinning...................just some simple thoughts & happenings of an ordinary woman.....

Saturday, December 31, 2011

simple beauty...

this barn amazes me....................i love to find beauty in the simple things (although this isn't so simple)....................what is it about an old abandoned house or barn that draws me in........................the architecture....................the solemness..........................the story it could tell.........................................may the new year find you amazed by those tiny things, almost missed ............. take joy in the little things that go un -noticed on an ordinary day ............................. may you be blessed with joy of simple beauty my friends......................................... .............................................. i am blessed!


7 comments:

Anna said...

Thank you, Well said, The best of everything to you this coming year. Warm Regards, Anna

Meadowbrook Cabin Primitives said...

Very well said ...very thought provoking ! Love the barn photo !

Blessing to you and a Happy New Year !

Hugs,
Linda

lilraggedyangie said...

What an amazing barn! Such a beautiful post ! Wishing you peace and much happiness in the coming year! Happy New Year! hugs lilraggedyangie

A Primitive Homestead said...

Wishing you a Happy New Year. I enjoy your blog. Blessings!
Lara

Barbara said...

What a beautiful old barn. Hope your New Year is the best! Blessings from the Blue Ridge Mountains of NC

TheCrankyCrow said...

What a gloriously wonderful old barn. I don't know what it "is" about those things, but they have the same effect on me - even just a simple old dilapidated building with graying weathered boards hinting of its prior - yet undeniably simple and humble function and glory - brings me more joy than any newly constructed anything ever could.....Smiles & Hugs ~ Robin

Deppen homestead 1862 said...

Oh, she is a beaut~ so much character~ I am like you love the old homes, buildings, and barns~ oh, if they could speak~ I would be there to listen~
smiles
Teresa