Saturday, April 9, 2011

Beauty in the Imperfections



Sometimes, its easy to overlook what is right in front of you, don't you think? The roses, once so full and pink, had been neglected, sitting on my window sill, drained of water for over a week, slowing drying out and not being notice by anyone. Well, when I did notice, they have turned the prettiest shade. Now they are even more beautiful than before.



Yay, its the weekend! Hope you have a great one!

p.s. I love Bron's (vintageandart) comment in my last post "you must have the happiest,least bored, kids in the world"....hehehe, I wish it were true.

10 comments:

Kimmie said...

Just beautiful~!

ladychiara said...

The roses are gorgeous Tam and so is that lovely jug beside them. Have a great weekend. :)

*Maristella* said...

Buonasera cata Tamara! Bellissimo questo cahe-pot a forma di ferro di cavallo, ne ho visti anch'io in Inghiletrra...un caro saluto, *Maristella*.

theoldboathouse said...

Perfection!

vintageandart said...

Hi Tam,
Those roses!! - love their papery, fragile beauty. Awesome.........Thanks for the link too. Have a wonderful week. Bron.

A Treasured Past said...

Thank you all for your lovely comments, I hope you have all had a fabulous weekend.

A Treasured Past said...

@vintageandart

No problemo Bron...

Bayside Rose said...

Love them. They are more than perfect.
Pam x

stuf & co said...

Hi Tamara,Just caught up with your blog after being away for awhile,The roses are beautiful in both pics. and I love the contents of your cabinet and the fact you let your children enjoy your treasures too.Chris

Shabby Vintage Junk said...

Tamara they TRUELY are BEAUTIFUL....They remind me of an old oil painting....**sigh**.... :o) !