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Beauty in a Week

If you’re looking for a BB cream review or a sandy peach lipstick swatch, sorry to disappoint.  These are just a few shots of things that I found beauty in this past week.

This is the winner–hands down.  As I slipped past them, it was, without a faltering moment that I decided that I must immortalize this in my iphone.  It literally brought tears to my eyes.  One day, I’m going to find this and have it for myself :(

Heirloom babies to make into tomato sammies.  Yum.

Fresh lychees to snack on in the car and dribble sticky juice all over yourself and not be able to find a napkin.  Yup.  That’s me.

Berries growing in my besties backyard!

Can you put a price on pleasure?  For $6, you can experience the dark chocolate cardamom sort.

A piece of Heaven (I’m certain).  I picked up The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath (apparently, it wasn’t depressing enough the first time around).

The thing here to notice is his pack.  The poor thing is so damn old that it’s literally splitting at the seams.  I stuck my hand in to fish something out to see if he’d notice, just to be funny.  You’ll be happy to know that it’s since been retired.  Silly hippie college kids today.

The sky is angry but the tall grass is begging you to play.

So intense! ;)

The city right before the skirts and the heels come out to play.

What’s something beautiful you saw or experienced this week?

XOXO

your wondering what that cute old couple is doing,

Squishy Monster

 

11 thoughts on “Beauty in a Week

  • sooae says:

    awe love this post! it’s the little things that mean the most. Have to agree- love the first photo the best. winkwink! ^^ xx!
    http://www.thehautecookie.com

  • Alien Allen says:

    they look like they’re running up the aisle!
    watch out for those two…vroom vroom!!!

  • LESTER says:

    I saw several rain bows this week.I saw beautiful sunsets every day! then sun rises the next.I saw sea gulls near the forest preserves and by the walmart .I saw a beautiful dear lady I know , that has been through much hurt in every way but her vivacious spirit comes through.Can also say that about you.To see another day a celebration of life and living Angie.

    I see my village near the city but not in it.( Definitely not in the mmadness that is in a lot of Chicago.I saw with my spiritual eyes the positive feelings that manifest to positive actions. From our mayor( Who happens to be many of us Angie our friend.I saw some crumbled businesses, jobs, be reborn into NEW BETTER jobs and businesses hopes and dreams.I saw the smiling face and spirit ( and got a hug) From a dear lady I we know that has been through EVERY time of physical, emotional ALL TYPES of abuse.However thank GOD. She is like walking sunshine, a spirit like a summer day, a wonderful mind and not a broken spirit.sorry, lol I did not mean to get so deep.Just really feeling this post Angie.

    Lovely very interesting pictures Angie.Wonderful post.It realy makes one think and appreciate. Oh want to experience something of importance and of great beauty? You do not have to see it or even have good vision or any sight at all. Close your eyes, touch your hand with the other.Realize in every way you are one of GOD’S many spiritually, and in ALL ways beautiful creations Angie. Have a LOVELY week end.

    Love.

    Les.

    • The Squishy Monster says:

      I’m so glad that you can discover beauty in ordinary things, Les! I know a lady like you mentioned and there is so much strength in her eyes. She’s an inspiration, as I’m sure your friend is! Thank you for your reminders. It provides me that daily moment of reflection, even if for only a moment ;)

  • TCote says:

    these photos are awesome!!

  • Sissi says:

    A very amusing post! I must say I have never seen here such fresh lychees… The Bell Jar??? There is no way I could torture myself with it again. It was so many years ago, but I still remember how depressing. You are very brave ;-)

  • Magsx2 says:

    Hi,
    Great photos. I assume the older couple are each holding onto the trolley, my guess is maybe one needs to learn on it for support, in other words they are helping each other. :)

    I saw the word chocolate, an immediate response for a chocoholic. :)

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