Resident Artists

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One of the things that gives me great pleasure here on the homestead, is one of the smallest, and simplest things. 

Resident Artists | Finding beauty in the tiniest of things.

Each morning as I go out to do chores, I am greeted by spider webs. Everywhere.

Resident Artists | Finding beauty in the tiniest of things.

They are in the rectangles of the fence, under the eaves of the chicken coop, between blades of grass. They come in all shapes and sizes and each in their very own way is like a delicate little work of art.

Resident Artists | Finding beauty in the tiniest of things.

I especially love seeing these when there has been a heavy morning dew. The little droplets of water create the most lovely designs, looking tiny bead of glass.

Resident Artists | Finding beauty in the tiniest of things.

Resident Artists | Finding beauty in the tiniest of things.

The morning light coming through the wet webs creates a beautiful prism effect.

Resident Artists | Finding beauty in the tiniest of things.

Resident Artists | Finding beauty in the tiniest of things.

Most of you know that I am still recovering from a very devastating illness. Recovery is happening, but it is slow going. My energy is getting back to normal, but I still can not eat many normal foods. Getting ill like this isn’t very conducive to being a food blogger. I’m afraid it will be a bit yet before I am really able to begin sharing very many new recipes here on Cosmopolitan Cornbread. In the mean time, I do hope that you enjoy the episodes and other content I share with you.

Thank you again to all of you who have sent comments, encouragement and prayers.

Much love to you all!

2 thoughts on “Resident Artists”

  1. What is wrong with you? Wondered why I hadn’t heard from you…..don’t recall seeing any msgs. from you…of course I don’t get on this email that often…..hope you are better by now…..

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