Monday, October 8, 2007
As though a rose should shut, and be a bud again.
While busying one's self with Nester-like activities, it's easy to get caught up in the bigger projects.
There's cleaning the bathroom, doing the dishes, baking bread, baking pie, baking cookies, dusting (occasionally), and of course, when all is said and done, collapsing on the couch with a large, frosty, alcoholic beverage.
But, if we are truly to be great Nesters, we must remember to tend to the small things as well.
While shopping in Union Square's Greenmarket I came across some beautiful and inexpensive roses. And, when I got them home and put them in some water, I realized that the most simple change, a touch of color, made the room look so much more inviting.
And, I got to utilize this Hefe Weissen glass that I "found" at some bar and never use. It doesn't fit into any of our cabinets and it's been sitting like a lone soldier on the counter for months:
So, voila! Wonderful. Simple. Cheap.
It is in the small stuff. Apparently.