Friday, 19 February 2016

{Soulfood Friday}

This really was the sky at sunrise on Wednesday morning. I think I just stared out of the window for about half an hour watching the various hues ebb and flow like a gilt tide across the sky.

I bought some sunrise colours for my garden beds from our local nursery. This one is called Erysimum and is commonly known as  "Spring Magic."

Nola's tree top home taken today while playing at her favourite park. I love the way she chatters while in her own imaginative world. She made quite a home out of this small wooded area. There were tunnels, a wardrobe, a book shelf and a kitchen full of mulchy leaf stews.


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. WOW - that is quite some sunrise - I must have missed that one. My bedroom faces east and if it is a colourful sunrise usually the whole room changes colour. I love the thought of a tree top home - I haven't climbed a tree in years. Your daughter looks in her element there.

  2. Amazing sunrise. We normally get colour like that here only at sunset. So beautiful.

  3. such a beautiful sky!
    it's so special to be present while they create new worlds with their imagination...
    happy weekend.

  4. What a amazing sunrise! I am not suprised you stopped and watched, I would have done too.

    My children do that chattering too, it's wonderful isn't it :)

  5. What a great playground! And a gorgeos sunrise, such a show is rare...
    I have some erysimum too, growth between the stones and comes always back again from it's seeds.
    Have a nice weekend

    I am a little bewildered: I come on friday and can not see a post, at the evening it isn't, but by the date of comments it seems, it was out (not only in this week) - - -

  6. Your Impressions are definitly Soulfood!
    Have a nice Weekend ... Frauke

  7. wonderful sky images! have a beautiful week!

  8. I used to love to do that when I was a girl. I had all sorts of little houses in the wood where we lived. We are approaching spring over here in New England, USA....but we are not any place near planting's very common for us to get lots of snow in March and even April.


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