All of these words beginning with the letter P are reflections of our home. You might wonder why I chose the letter P. Perhaps it was because I just saw so many things right in front of my eyes that started with the first letter of my name.
Plants - African violets, Christmas cacti, begonias, mother-in-law plant, peace plant, orchids, coffee plant, rubber plant, aloe vera plant, jade, Norway pines, and a few other plants, air ferns, and a few other plants
Piano and piano music - Our old upright piano is the one on which I learned to play the piano when I was a child.
Prints - A couple of watercolor prints, one of birds, and one of an old New England scene with many of the same colors seen in our home
Pinewood - Our ceilings are made of knotty pine and a file box my husband made before he left for college is made of knotty pine. That box now has Christmas cacti sitting on it.
Ports - For charging various devices
Pumped up exercise ball - This ball is often seen resting on top of the exercise bike, both of which await me using them, separately of course.
Pillows - A few pillows make sitting, or lounging, on sofas more inviting and also comfortable.
Papers - These include bills waiting to be paid, papers to be filed, and junk mail to be recycled.
Publications - Scriptures, a few magazines, collection of cookbooks, lots of reference books and materials, and so many more, too numerous to name.
Pellet stove - We got rid of our wood stove when it became physically too difficult to get wood, and chop and stack it. The pellet stove is a cleaner burning stove too.
People - My husband and I and those who come to visit
Portrait - A portrait of the Savior hangs above our piano. Having His picture there is a daily reminder of His example of the type of people we should try to be.
Place of refuge - I believe and strive to make our home a place of refuge, where it feels good to be.
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