I’ve written a lot about the simple pleasures lately and I have to say I love living this slow-paced life that allows me to celebrate them. Some people have so little time they don’t even NOTICE.
One of the many purposes of the High Road Artist blog is a hope of giving those people a moment of quiet calm and a reminder of what already exists in their lives if they only take the tiniest bit of time to appreciate it. It is a gift that always gives back, I promise.
So here’s a simple pleasure from my Sunday morning: the beauty of eggs slowly cooking in Irish butter, an old, well seasoned, carbon steel pan from France (I almost feel transported to a little village in the south of France, don’t you?). That’s real beauty worthy of a photo I’m thinking. Simply gorgeous:
And, of course, sitting down to a fabulous breakfast of eggs, salsa and thick-sliced bacon, with a good friend after a brisk walk at sunrise, the dogs ranging through the pastures in sheer glee:
This is such an amazingly good life and I wish it (or your own version of it anyway) for all of us.
Love to you all,