“Who is wise and understanding among you? By his good conduct let him show his works in the meekness of wisdom.”
Well, hello February…you sure snuck in on us! So far, we have had very little winter in our Appalachian Foothills. We had a few days here and there, but I wouldn’t say it has been a normal winter for us!
By now you know I don’t move things around in my home very often….but it hasn’t always been that way! As a matter of fact, when we first married Butch never knew where his chair might be! It was almost like a game…and after many years of that, let’s just say I got tired so I stopped! These days I rarely move furniture, but I do enjoy moving a few accessories just to enjoy them in a more prominent place! One of the things I like to change up a bit is my coffee table…adding a little something here, some fresh flowers there! So today, I’m sharing our simple winter coffee table with you! You’ll notice a bronze sculpture that I have had at least fifteen years as the focal point…it remains one of my favorite pieces! I will enjoy it for a few weeks and then return it to its home. It is extremely heavy, so moving it is a chore! It’s a fun piece and I just love the children at play!
The bronze sculpture features five children holding hands, notice the middle child is much smaller and they have her suspended in the air. Do you remember the carefree days of childhood? So many children no longer play outdoors…they are glued to video games and electronic devices! I remember playing hide-and-seek, mother may I, hopscotch, red rover…who needed toys?!