Last night I got a text from a friend asking for 31 days of Instablogging for her Christmas present. It should be noted that she did the same thing last year and I enjoyed it more than I thought I would. The more you give, the more you get right 😜? So this is for you friend ♥️. Merry Christmas [for the next 31 days].
I saw this pic about a week or so ago a friend shared it on Facebook and I saved it because I wanted to write about it, but…something better always came up.
The progression from left to right, top row then bottom row got me thinking about how this is so reflective of our lives…or maybe just mine. I didn’t notice the house between the trees at the end of the walkway until the very last pic (bottom right). Now, quite frankly this could be because I didn’t have my glasses on 🤷🏾♀️, but with all that got from this photo I’m glad I didn’t.
The home in this photo was probably there first and all the trees were planted around it. But as the trees grew…it was easy for the home to ‘fade to black’. Things that we’re involved with and things that we do, could make it easy to forget about ‘home’. Home fades to black.
But, ‘home’ is always there…it never changes or moves its location…its existence is not dependant on whether we chose to stop and look at it or not. It’s there. Period. In the days full of summer lovin’ and even in the coldest winter.
Thankful for my ‘home’