What do you love?

I have many locations and items that I love in and about my home and the small ranch we operate.

Lately though, my favorite place has been my bed.

My bed is where I enjoy wearing my winter pajamas for at least a few weeks each year. This seems to be the most acceptable place to do that.

My bed acquired a new look a Christmas or two ago when the comforter and sheets changed to an alpine theme and some shams and a couple of throw pillows made it really uptown. The comforter is just the right amount of warmth and the sheets are comfy, but not too silky.

My bed helps me accomplish at least one goal each day. I like starting the day knowing that the simple act of pulling up the covers will allow me something to look forward to as I crawl into them that night.

My bed is often adorned with a quilt or afghan, reminding me of the time and love of each stitch, by hands now in heaven. We continue to feel that warmth each night.

My bed is where I read excellent books and have conversations with my husband. It is where I pray and where I find the rest that allows me to accomplish what I need to each day.

What is your favorite place in your home? We would love for you to tell us about it.

2 thoughts on “What do you love?

  1. Oh we can just feel the comfort and cosiness of your bed and what it means to you, I love the phrase by hands now in heaven, so meaningful!
    We don’t have our own home, but my favourite place is in front of my art desk painting or at the computer writing, I just enjoy creating!

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  2. Golden line: “My bed is often adorned with a quilt or afghan, reminding me of the time and love of each stitch, by hands now in heaven.” I also cherish my bed.

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