Like many of you trying to deal with this snowy winter, I’ve had a bit of cabin fever of late. Not that this is such a bad view out my back door but…….
I’m over the ice and snow for one season! Needing some spring I went out yesterday looking for bunches of white tulips to fill my mason jars and place around the farmhouse. I found the tulips at Walmart for $5.00 a bunch and bought a few for my little dose of Spring medicine.
A little self medicating with white tulips is a wonderful cure for cabin fever don’t you think?
*I‘m honored to be a guest curator over at Crescendoh this week~ I wrote this article in honor of my Mom~
Holding Art’s Hands
As I sat by my mom’s hospice bed that day holding tight to her hands, I watched every last breath that she took. In those final hours, I was overwhelmed with the sense of pride I felt to call this gracious woman my mom. Those sweet hands I was holding had taught me that crafting a beautiful life was something to be embraced and shared. Never idle, she enjoyed the simple pleasures of antiquing, baking, cooking, decorating, gardening and quilting— many of which is the legacy she passed on to me. My passion for photography and styling can be attributed to my mom’s inspirational guidance. Producing and capturing images of creativity will forever be my lasting “Thank You” to my mom, Stella Mae.