Friday, January 28

cravings

dear friends, i want to tell you so much. the stirring inside, a mix of doubt and the need for change.
but instead, can i just say how grateful i am that you are out there, not just commenting but sharing vignettes of you with me. i need inspiration more than ever and you know how to give it to me.

have a good weekend.




16 comments:

Joan said...

Your blog is beautiful. I love to see the red shoes and the title when I visit.. I always feel so uplifted. Your photography is wonderful. Thank you.

Hillary Davis Food Blog said...

where do you live in New England? I live in New Hampshire....your photography is exquisite and I so enjoyed finding your blog!

onesilentwinter said...

hi hillary, i live in rhode island.

thankyou so much for your kind words!!

Lacey @ The Road is Life said...

Beautiful!!

I just moved into my friends new home in Florida for the winter. She gave me the go ahead to decorate for her and just today in the free box at the library wad a Country Living on coastal homes! Every motif I had dreamt up was in there! And then I come to your blog and more inspiration and a pic of CL! How kismet. This weekend will be garage sales hunting for objects to paint antique white and worn!

Bon week- end!

Antonia said...

I don't speak english very well but i want to tell you, your blog is "magnifique" the red shoes, the animals, the farm, the "light" i tried to read the text but it was difficult for me, I'm french from Lyon. Happy new year, in french Bonne année, belle vie.
Antonia
http://jardindelaquinta.over-blog.fr/

onesilentwinter said...

belle annee antonia, merci beaucoup pour tes jolie mots, ca ma touche au coeur!

mary said...

Have a relaxing, happy weekend, lovely lady. :)

Ann Marie said...

your blog is always the best kind of inspiration...it brings so much peace and beauty to my day...hoping you get your wish. much love.

cindy* said...

i am in love with the little, felted bee...and the yellow buttons too! have a grand weekend!

Cannelle Et Vanille said...

you know how much i love those paintings. inspiration is all around you nadia!

Anonymous said...

I posted the link to your bookclub on my facebook page. Somebody asked me about it and this is what I wrote: " There is something magical about Nadia that makes one want to see the world through her eyes/camera lens. So really, it is a sharing of the "experience" of reading the book, which, whether we think the same or not, will possible alter perception, perspective, and hopefully inspire us." You might enjoy, "The Paper Garden", by poet, Molly Peacock, about a woman from the 18th century who created a new art form, at the age of seventy-two.

Sharon :)

The Mann Fam said...

I love seeing your world. So different from the world on my side of the continent.

Mlle Paradis said...

happy weekend to you! what will be, will be. loved the photo of the "mouton" from the previous post!

Jessica said...

I've just recently discovered your blog. It's a new addiction! Truly amazing. You've inspired me. I feel sort of shy even leaving a comment here. My blog just seems like such a lame little mom blog in comparison ;)

Oh and your hair is glorious!!!

spread your wings said...

you give me inspiration.

Bonbon Oiseau said...

this just made my monday...miss you...