Yellow flowers, foggy morning

Mailbox and yellow flowers in fog by Andrea Badgley on Butterfly Mind
Warm flowers on a cool morning
We spent the past week moving: we are homeowners again. We’ve gotten the unpacking to a point where we can lounge in the living room, find clothes in our closets, cook in the kitchen, and eat at the table.

We’ve also gotten to the point where I feel like I can take a breather from unpacking boxes, washing walls, lining cabinets with shelf paper, and organizing all our stuff: I can stop and enjoy our new home.

I opened the blinds as soon as I woke this morning and saw fog nestled between houses and trees. I am a sucker for fog. And when there are warm yellow flowers popping around our new mailbox against a cool foggy backdrop? It’s time to get the camera out and start shooting again. In our new home.

We moved locally, about five minutes from our previous home. After 12 moves in 20 years, this time we hope to stick around a while.

16 thoughts on “Yellow flowers, foggy morning

  1. Mom and I figured by the time we settled in we had moved something like 32 times (between the two of us). Hopefully this will be the last one for you for a while. We can’t wait to come visit and see your new home.

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  2. I know the feeling of being uprooted time and time again, I hope you settle into your new house soon feels like home and that you get to enjoy it for years to come! What a gorgeous picture with the bright yellow flowers, mailbox and fog. Enjoy your new space!


  3. I don’t know if you remember, but one of my prompts for you during your April 10 Minute Write thing was, “Canary Yellow and Slate Gray.” So, I had a little “HA!” when I saw your pic. Happy happy joy joy in your new home!

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  4. What a great picture, I love it! Those yellow flowers are a nice omen for shiny and warm times in your new house πŸ˜‰


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