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Sometimes – It’s The Little Things

Sometimes it’s the little things we surround ourselves with that make the most impact on our moods. Whether it’s a favorite book that we could just keep going back to or those fresh flowers you add to your shopping cart at the grocery store or cut from your garden.  My walls are lined with drawings my kids have done in art class, a shelf here or there holds a souvenir from a special trip and my mantle almost always has a vase of fresh flowers. These little things can be like a warm hug and add comfort to my day, or allow me to reflect on a memory or even just brighten my mood with a sense of gratitude.

Look around where you’re seated right now, there’s bound to be something nearby that allows you to recall a memory that is sure to bring a smile to your face.  At least I very much hope so.

Lisa Palumbi
Lisa Palumbihttps://qualcosadibello.wordpress.com/
LISA graduated from the University of Maryland at College Park with a Bachelors in Psychology and worked in various non-profits in Fund Development and Event Planning for 10 years. Now a stay-at-home mom of 3 and a budding Family and Lifestyles Photographer. She is embracing her multitude of passions ranging from yoga and reading to crafting, baking and travel photography, while making strides to enjoy the now with her children.

6 COMMENTS

  1. Good Lisa.
    It is true, it takes very little, an old object, a photograph, a song, even a particular smell, can bring us back to the mind at a certain moment in our life, they have the power to change the mood of our day.

  2. Hello Lisa, once again you captured a moment and memory fused into a picture. I could always size-up an individual by just walking (Via a 911 invite) into their home and looking at what they displayed for all to see. It always spoke volumes!

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