11 January 2015

Baby's Breath In My Window

My window, where I watch a bit of life pass by.





I add some Baby's Breath, and the glow of a candle or two.






The day is done and the darkness falls like a downy feather from a lonesome bird in flight.




I see a few warm gleaming lights of kindly neighbors through the rain and mist.








Candles flicker, and then burn bright.




Wishing you all a peaceful and cozy night.


xoxoxoxoxo


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Jemma@athomewithjemma
Jemma@athomewithjemma

Jemma's home is a quiet spot nestled among the trees. You might find me writing, reading, or puttering in my Greenhouse, tweaking a recipe, crafting a wreath or loving on my grands. Always living with a grateful heart.

14 comments:

  1. So pretty Jemma! It was definitely a candle day here too. I had 3 burning in my kitchen and every few minutes I was holding my hands over them enjoying some extra heat. It is so cold here. Was 3 below when I woke up this morning! Have a lovely week!
    Linda
    mysewwhatblog

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    1. Linda,
      Oh goodness, 3 below! This is way too cold, but isn't it amazing what a little warm glow can
      do to make a person feel warmer!
      Thanks for your thoughts.

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  2. That has to be so warming on a cold day - so elegant to look at. It is so very cold here - but I guess it is winter - we usually don't get that cold so it us a surprise. Baby breaths are so pretty.

    I love your new blog header - do you do that yourself?

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    1. I think those of us who live in the milder region of the U.S. (like you and I) often times forget
      how cold Winter can really be, not as much sunshine this January as normal either. So the warm glow of candles certainly helps out!

      I wish I could take credit for the header-but no, a very creative and great young Lady from designer blogs did this for me, her name is Kate.

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  3. Ethereal, Jemma, your photos and your words. I can see the feather drifting down..

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    1. I am glad you could "feel," what I was trying to capture.

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  4. Beautiful! I love flowers in my kitchen windowsil, even though it just looks out into my back yard. Brightens the day. Nothing quite like sweet Baby's Breath!
    hugs,
    Jann

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    1. Love a kitchen window over a sink, our Mother's had them when we were growing up, didn't they?
      Amazing how just a little sprig of Baby's Breath is so refreshing!
      Thank you for your visit,
      Jemma

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  5. aahh, your baby's breath looks sweet right at your window. I usually see it with flowers, but I really like it plain in a simple vase like this. I'm glad you have kind neighbors. That makes all the difference in the world. Have a lovely evening, Jemma.

    Sheri

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    1. Thank you, Sheri-
      I was thinking of snow on this particular day and it was so cloudy and chilly that the baby's breath seemed like a perfect fit!

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  6. So pretty. I have always love the simplicity of a small bunch of baby's breath - always makes me smile. Thanks.

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    1. So glad you enjoyed my little windowsill arrangement!
      Thank you for visiting me today.

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  7. I like the combination of baby's breath and candlelight...very peaceful.

    Lisa

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    1. I am glad that you "felt," peaceful, this is how I was feeling today as well.
      So thoughtful of you to stop by~

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