Monday, July 23, 2012

Dust Bunnies are Beautiful

 See Beautiful will be seeing beautiful through the end of the month while traveling (in person) through various countries. During that time, we're going back in time on the blog, back to the beginning and some of our favorite posts that our wonderful following now likely didn't get to experience. P.S., Blogger family, if we seem absent from visiting you know we'll be back soon to catch up!

6.4.11 - "I collect dust..."

In response to the survey question, "What sorts of things do you collect?," one beautiful woman wrote, "I collect dust." She was referring to the busyness of life impeding her ability to keep up with dusting that top shelf in her living room. We get it. Life is busy. Life is also beautiful.

Is it possible that a thin layer of dust every now and then might be reminding us that we have better things to do with our lives than dust?

Thought: Perhaps those dust bunnies peeking at you from behind the television aren't mocking you, but celebrating the fact that you're busy enjoying life. So, the next time you see dust collecting in crevasses of your home, you might just smile as you retrieve your trusty ole' feather duster. It means you're a dust collector.

And being a dust collector means you see beautiful.
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3 comments:

  1. I like dust bunny's.  They trickle my nose when I get a ball from under the couch.
    Blessings,
    Goose

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  2. Hmmm, I never thought of dust in that way, but it's sure a good way to look on the positive side of things.

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  3. Jennifer Battendieri CrissJuly 24, 2012 at 4:53 AM

    Well, Goose, now I understand why my pooches sneeze :)

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