At the beginning of January, my husband and I had a little layover in California on our way to the American Farm Bureau National Convention in Honolulu, Hawaii. We stayed with some amazing friends of ours, and had a really wonderful time. Here’s a few of the photos I took while there.
Remember: it’s not always what’s around you that makes a difference…it’s all about how you look at it.
It reminded us a lot of home...warm, inviting, rural. And with the amazing winter we're having, it was only 5 degrees warmer!
Something we don't have in our front yard.
Taken through a knot-hole in an old barn. A different point of view.
The stark contrasts, even in winter.
Cattails, just like at home. But open water, not ice!
Sun peaking through the web of an old tree.
Sometimes the small stuff is the good stuff.
So do you focus on the small stuff...
Or are you looking at the bigger picture?
A sincere thank you to our wonderful hosts, Matt and Erin Sweet. You guys rock! And we miss you terribly. Thank you for opening your home to us…we can’t wait to plan another visit!