"Make it your ambition to lead a quiet life and attend to your own business and work with your hands........" 1 Thessalonians 4:11

Thursday, January 9, 2020

A pretty day to sit on the front porch

Most of the time, I find myself sitting out on the back
patio because of the welcoming morning sun.
But there are pretty winter days and afternoons
where the front porch is a haven.


The woods surround the viewing area from the side

and all around the front.  It is quiet and peaceful
today. 
A great place to read a book,  work a few stitches,
or to just sit in silence and enjoy.

On the front of the porch the Pyracantha
is full of orange/red berries

On the side of the porch, the Yaupon Holly is full 
of red berries. 

So.......everyone.......
"Come sit on the porch with me
the drinks are cold and
the friendship's free"



14 comments:

Faith said...

What a lovely view..oh how I would love to have a place to sit/rock and crochet and enjoy a cuppa, seeing nature before me, breathing in the country air, what a joy. Thank you for invite.

Nancy J said...

Love the views, the quiet place to sit and read, and the rocking chair, that is such. a treasure.

FlowerLady Lorraine said...

Wow, I love your porch and your views. Such a blessing to have a peaceful place to sit and relax, crochet, read, to just be still. Happy January ~ FlowerLady

happyone said...

I love to sit out on our front porch too, but won't be doing that for a while yet. :)

Prims By The Water said...

A beautiful place to sit and rock! Janice

lil red hen said...

I'll be right over!! :)

Granny Marigold said...

I'd love to come and sit on the porch and have a lovely visit. It looks a lot warmer over there than here!

R's Rue said...

Love the view.

Beatrice P. Boyd said...

Your porch seating and views look so comfortable, Kathleen, and yes if we lived closer I would be joining you! We had several of those same bushes with the red berries at our former VA home.

Sally said...

Oh your front porch! I love it. And, hey we've got some of those 'pyra' things too and didn't know what it was. :)

xoxo

Hill Top Post said...

Thank you for the invite! I'll bring some embroidery for you to help me with. It's a drawn thread embroidery that my mother had not finished. It would be fun to have a gathering with you!

The Wykeham Observer said...

A very nice porch. I like the red berries, especially now.

Connie said...

Your front porch looks very cozy and welcoming. It would be lovely to spend some time there.

Elaine/Muddling Through said...

I love your porch! Your yaupon holly is what I call nandina. I've also heard it called heavenly bamboo. Funny, huh?

There is always so much that is good to see and to do in this world. Thank you for sharing your bit of it!