How I wanted to take pictures of this table at sunset!
Can you imagine it with candles aglow? These DIY Mercury Glass Vases would provide the perfect reflective glow, don’t you think?
As usual, the schedule of my real life took priority over my virtual life. Notice the sun is out and the day is young. With a commitment scheduled for late in the day, sunset pictures were not to be.
Sometimes I wish I had nothing else to do but set tables, sew, paint, or hot glue something – all day long, with nothing to take me away.
I could get lost in the processes of taking and editing photos, leisurely writing posts, and communicating with you more on social media.
But, that’s not my life. That’s not real life. God knows how I could become a hermit in my home…blogging consuming my life. But that wouldn’t be healthy.
Besides, I love people. That’s why I’m here with you, and that’s why I’m often with others, doing real things with real people. Both are huge blessings.
Not that you’re not real, because you are! But our friendship is virtual. That makes me a little sad. Does it for you, too? I’d love to throw a party and invite you all and see you face-to-face. Wouldn’t that be a blast?
I’m so thankful for you…and them…my life, my commitments. Do you feel thankful?
What’s your favorite way to spend time between commitments? Does it involve people? Real people or virtual friends? (Or, both?)
I’m sharing today at Tablescape Thursday.