When we go out to a restaurant, I often have a difficult time deciding what to order. I peruse the menu over and over, and ask everyone else what they're getting. (After all, if someone orders something that I really like, I will wish that I had gotten it myself.) I hem and haw until the waiter comes and asks if everyone is ready to order. I say, "I can be," so as not to frustrate my husband who has known what he wants long ago. At this point, my strategy for decision-making is to go last, and when it is my turn and I can't put it off any longer, I just pick something from my list of choices. Sometimes I surprise myself with what I order!
I have approached this Note Card Party in much the same way. I have thought about what pictures to choose since the day that Vee introduced the idea. And I have hemmed and hawed until tonight, when the moment of decision arrived and I couldn't put it off any longer. And I did surprise myself! In a last minute stroll through some old blog posts, I hit upon a theme...windows.
The idea was to select four favorite photographs that have appeared on your blog, ones that you think would work well for a set of note cards. So here goes...
A Winter Window
candlelight, winter berries, cozy quilt square, neutral colors
A Spring Window
forsythia, April showers, sage candle
A Summer Window
cheery geraniums peeking in, rosemary wreath, the kitchen sink
An Autumn Window
through the kitchen doorway, black bowback Windsor, pyracantha with berries
While the earth remaineth, seedtime and harvest, and cold and heat,
and summer and winter, and day and night shall not cease.
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