Monday, October 15, 2012

Under the rain






Autumn roses droop under the weight of October raindrops. Yet, along with Robert Frost, I think "these dark days of autumn rain are beautiful as days can be..."  They fairly force coziness indoors.

Have a cozy day, wherever you are!

14 comments:

Jojo said...

That coziness is so appreciated at times. A cup of tea, a lap blanket and a good book. Life is good.

Cheryl said...

Oh yes, I do love cozy!
I think your header collage is the coziest. It makes me smile. So does that line of Frost poetry. Sigh...

Cristal @ Dapple Design said...

Beautiful picture! It makes me want to sing "raindrops on roses".

cucki said...

Really so beautiful xxx

Marigold Jam said...

Lovely photo. I think there is a certain beauty in all the seasons and it is good to have cosy indoor days as well as sunny warm outdoor ones isn't it?!

Anonymous said...

Hello Lorrie - it was a lovely stretch of beautiful weather we had so we really shouldn't complain about the rain, huh? Stay dry, Heather

Vee said...

I need to brew a pot of tea or something...turn on some lights...get out my knitting...anything to help with this incessant dreariness.

materfamilias said...

Yesterday got pretty awful up here, but you remind me that the gardens certainly needed it -- that rose looks happy!

ellen b. said...

When came home from Atlanta and are now under the rain. Lovely shot of the rain soaked rose!

Barbara said...

Looks like my roses but as you say the rain brings a beauty of it's own.

Judy said...

Roses...so pretty rain or shine! Mine are blowing in the wind this morning.

Deanna Rabe - Creekside Cottage Blog said...

What a beautiful header!

I am going to add you to my sidebar - I want to keep up with your creative pursuits!

I love being inspired!

Deanna

Decor To Adore said...

What a lovely thought and image to ponder!

Icy BC said...

Still beautiful and looks a bit tiring!

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