Thursday, 7 January 2016

{Soulfood Friday}

Flowers can look even more beautiful when they fade. Especially in quiet sunlight.

Watercolors with Boo. A good way to spend the afternoon.

An Epiphany tale with candlelight.

Every Friday I'll be pausing to notice something from the week that has nourished my soul. 

A special, sacred-everyday moment captured on camera, or perhaps a snippet from a book, a recipe still warm from the kitchen or something whimsical that simply made me smile.
Here are a few simple things that have fed my soul this week. 

What has inspired/fed/nourished your soul this week friends? 
 Feel free to link up to your own soulful spaces either at the bottom of this post or in the comments.




  1. This post is a beautiful breath of fresh air. Love your watercolour, gorgeous. Have a wonderful weekend.

  2. Beautiful Suzy Mae, but then my time here always is. Happy New Year to you.
    The baby is due soon isn't he? I was thinking of you the other day and wondered how life was going in your world. Much love.

  3. Beautiful post.
    Happy New Year to you and your family.

  4. Such beautiful watercolours. You have fed my soul on this dark cold Friday. Thank you.

  5. those drawings are beautiful!
    happy 2016

  6. Nice aquarelle and the first photo is especially wonderful.
    Have a good quiet weekend

  7. Beautiful painting! Lovely light! Have a beautiful weekend!

  8. Oh I just love the way you've captured the light in the images with the flowers. I almost posted a similar one today. Mine had a bit of a plastic bottle of club soda from Christmas party in it so I'm glad I didn't use it. I have been sort of lazy with picture taking the month of December. But, I am back at it now. What kind of water colours do you use? I like the little tin you have pictured. I want to start playing around with painting but just don't know what kind to use. I need something that is pleasant to work with but isn't so dear.

    1. Hi! Thank yo ufor your lovely comment:) We don't use very expensive watercolours, but they work well for us. These are the paints:

      And this is the paper:

  9. Such lovely pictures of the flowers backlit from the sun. Love the watercolour picture too - very whimsical and mysterious - you have a clever girl there.


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