Sunday, January 8, 2023

2022 Reflections

Each year seems to pass by faster than the last and 2022 was no exception.

Enjoying the day with our newest grandchild.

Days quickly turned to nights, weeks to months and one season vanished into the next.

Rope Market Bag
Gallery Wall in the Hallway
Rope Bowl
And with that time hurrying past, I have learned a few things.

DIY Rope Coasters

DIY Vintage Well House

DIY Board and Batten Accent Wall

I worry less about what tomorrow may bring and find myself living in the moment more.

2022 Woodland Themed Minimalist Christmas Tour

The Fearless Loner Deer In Our Field

Sure Sign of Spring when the Toms Start Strutting

The simplest moments seem to garner the best memories.

Canadian Geese Taking Over Our Field

Contentment has a stronger voice within me.

Trio Of Deer - Our Nightly Guests

Darling Hubby Tempting Mother Nature By Feeding A Baby Skunk

Patience is a powerful virtue. 

Out And About View of Coastline in New Castle, NH

Our Resident Porcupine

The answer to many of life's questions can be found in nature.

Misting Morning Deer in our Field

Out And About View of the White Mt National Forest in New Hampshire

I appreciate life more and all it's lessons given. 

Golden Hour Deer In Our Field

Deer In Our Field During A Snowstorm

The days may seem shorter, but life truly is better as time goes by.

Out And About View of Old Baptist Church in Sandwich, NH

Out and About Corral View of Mt Chocorua in NH

So, goodbye to 2022 and hello to 2023 and all she may hold.

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  1. Now that's a wonderful recap, Suzanne!

    1. Thanks, Rita! Looking forward to see what the New Year brings. Peace and Blessings ~ Suzanne.

  2. So serene and just what I needed on this dreary Saturday morning in Connecticut... thanks for sharing!

    1. Thanks, Carol! We have had our share of dreary weather here as well, but it makes me appreciate the sunny days that much more. Have a wonderful week ~ Suzanne.


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