Do you speak Italian? If you do, you know what this phrase means. Otherwise, like me, you may have learned it from Eat, Pray, Love (the book or the movie). It means “the beauty of doing nothing”.
Here in the South, it might go by another name – porch sitting. The weather has been absolutely perfect. There aren’t many days like today. I wish you could have been here. I saved you a place.
I promised myself before I dove back into all the things of life – I would take a few moments and sit on my porch. I did have a little company – little as in short in stature.
Even Lizzie Fern seems to be enjoying life on the porch in her larger pot. Did I say the weather was absolutely perfect? Maybe we’ll have dinner out here tonight. After which, maybe we’ll . . . hm-m-m . . . maybe we’ll . . . do absolutely nothing.