Saturday, November 12, 2011

Seeing Beauty In Simplicity

I see beauty when simply turning on the faucet

and I have running water!

I am joining Shanda at A Pause on the Path to see Beauty in Simplicity




29 comments:

Karen Mortensen said...

I agree. There is something fascinating about water come out of a faucet. It look awesome.

Patrick said...

This sooo made me smile. Recently engaged in a genealogy project, I have so become appreciative of 'in door plumbing'.

Caregivingly Yours, Patrick

Sandra said...

so true, the fact we have water in our homes is a blessing and beautiful. so many countries do not have drinking water available. great post and photo.

Small Kucing said...

Most of us wont appreciate it till it's gone or when we encountered water cut.

BlueShell said...

yes...and in other things...we just do not pay atention...
Thank you for visiting my blog. It is important to me.

Peace Be With You said...

There is so much we take for granted. I sometimes will look at the meal on my plate and consider all the steps that had to occur for it to make it there. And, honestly, I am always left thinking what a miracle it is.
Judy

Peace Be With You said...

Guess what? You inspired me to write a poem. It'll be up in a week or so. Thanks.
Judy

Karen said...

I too see beauty in every day things.
We often take so much for granted.

Webster said...

And I appreciate it most when it is warm on a cold day - even more than when it is cool on a hot day.

Andaje said...

Imagine being without water or electricity - we depend on so many things that we forget to appreciate the things in front of us. Great post.

sprinkles said...

I used to be nicknames Bubbles in junior high.

Wanda said...

Now that's something that is often taken for granted. Joining you in seeing the beauty of that.

Ginny said...

It's the little things that matter. But really, having clean water is a HUGE thing, so many people don't have it! Did you re-do your blog look or is it just me? It looks more streamlined and different.

Birdie said...

I love washing my hands. The smell of the soap and the warm water running over my hands. I little spa moment in my day.

My Journey With Candida said...

LOL... running water used to make me have to pee. Not so much anymore.

The Elephant's Child said...

It is the small things that make my day, and I agree wholeheartedly about the miracle of water running from a tap. That said, it worries me that we still use drinking water to flush the toilet. I want/need a rainwater tank (and the rain to fill it).

Shanda said...

And that is something we so often take for granted.

redemptionsbeauty said...

So true and thanks for the reminder to just see the beauty in the simple things we take for granted. Thanks for visiting me today!

dr momi said...

that's a great picture!

The Unknowngnome said...

Beauty resides here. Thank you Kim for eyes that see.

Hands to Work, Hearts to God said...

Oh definitely! We take a LOT of things for granted! Patsy from
HeARTworks

SueAnn said...

I love the sounds of flowing water! And you are so right! It is a real blessing!
To have it available right in our own homes!! In convenient places as well...like our sinks and bathtubs! A pure blessing!
Hugs
SueAnn

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

I did a 3 month stint w/ no water, so I definitely appreciate it!

Choppography said...

Love the concept of your blog. People need postitivity in their lives, and you seem to deliver. Some pretty inspirational stuff here. Keep on chugging!

Connie Arnold said...

Beauty is all around us, in everyday things we take for granted. Water is certainly a beautiful blessing!

laughwithusblog said...

I see beauty in the hearts of my children! :)

Dawn said...

A beautiful thing that is a wonderful blessing:))

Karen said...

A beautiful sight, indeed!

Deborah Ann said...

Amen! I am thankful for having water to drink, to bathe in and to wash my laundry in. Sometimes we take the simple things for granted!

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