Friday, March 21, 2014


Something I really try to teach our kids is to find beauty in simple moments. Everyday moments.
To be content with very little.
This week they're on Spring Break, and we weren't able to get away for a vacation.
But we've done special little simple things every day when we could.

The other day we went for a drive on the back roads of Kansas and they were my spotters, looking for barns to take photos of.

Which is your favorite?


Melissa said...

I love the second to last one peeking through the trees! said...

Me too. 2nd to last. I love doing the same thing. My grandpa's barn in Ohio was the best! There was a hill t hat went up to the 2nd floor. Grandpa would drive his tractor up the hill. We liked to ride the wagon down the hill. Or in winter sled down it. I don't see those kind of barns in kansas.

Debby said...

I love the last one the best. The first one I can smell though, hah. I love old barns. My favorite are the ones in Pa.

Megan's Little Kansas Life said...

The one with the old truck makes me want to climb through the mess of old trees and see more of it. It just allows you enough of a view to be curious! The red one in the trees is my favorite though. When I was little every Christmas we went to our pasture in Nebraska and picked out a tree. On the property was an old barn that I loved. It was built so they could drive their buggy or wagon in one side and out the other. I always wanted to save it but sadly it fell down before I was even old enough to know what to do with it. One day I hope to live in one!!!!

Tess said...

Love the one boarded up....wounds are beautiful sometimes :-)