So last night, I looked in the pantry and saw one lonely sweet potato.
A bit of butter and a sprinkling of dark brown sugar—then five minutes later our humble abode sprang to joyful and deliciously aromatic life.
I can still smell the sweet potato life this morn.
An early dogwood tree around the corner from us …
We snatched a small branch.
Marveling at the beauty, often hidden, to be found when we cast our gaze from the sidewalk.
What marvels are in your line of sight this day?
Today. 1:37 this afternoon.
Marveling! Over our quiet and simple, but delicious Christmas evening meal that Robert and I savored last night.
Definitely marveling this Monday morning.
Last night I made my rosemary spiced nuts for the holidays, and our apartment still smells incredible this morn.
15 minutes later …
Deliciously marvelous holiday joy.
Savannah’s own Raphael Warnock.
Breathing easier in Georgia this morning.
Walking near our place the other day, Robert and I came across this gorgeous rose.
IN NOVEMBER!!! Seriously?
Marveling this morn!
A sampling of YELLOW photographed near HR and me here in Historic District Savannah.