Quiet Corner

Yesterday, our Lady Bugs (Red-Hattters-No-Longer) group met 
at Quiet Corner Tea and Coffee Room for lunch.
As soon as I turned into the lane and began the winding route up to the tea room,
I was inwardly quieted...
Above, a sign in a window...
Below, a sign on the path to the Tea Room.
A new feature since I was there last was this little farm stand.
I bought a couple yellow summer squash and two tomatoes.
I wish this place was just a little bit closer to our house.
I would spend more time in the rocking chairs
on the porch watching the birds at the feeders
and calmed by the Quiet of this special Corner.
I brought home a few souveniers....Yes, they're buckeyes.
Do YOU have a favorite Quiet Place?
What are its best features?


  1. I love those signs! You have me thinking: I don't reckon I have any quiet places!

  2. Quiet seems to be the theme for this week.
    I love these quiet place, Rebecca. Yes I do.
    Are those buckeyes?
    Quiet hugs to you, my friend,

  3. love the signs. I bought a spaghetti squash and a watermelon yesterday at the grocery and bought were rotten inside :( I have to take in my redeipt and they will give me new ones. Bummer b/c I had a hankering for w. melon.

  4. This looks like a place I would love to visit.
    Charming. Yes, I do have a favorite Quiet
    Place. When my son married and moved
    out I took his large bedroom/computer/
    kitchen/bath area for myself. I love getting
    up early and just sneaking off downstairs for a long shower and settling in on my sofa or at a desk and starting morning devotions. I have so much room that I can even dance before the Lord to my heart's content. It's wonderful.

  5. I can see why you love this tea room, the signs, the calm, it looks wonderful.

  6. I love places like this!

    May I ask why you are 'red hatters no more?' Lady bugs is a cute name!


  7. Oh Rebecca! My quite place is my upstairs but you probably already could guess that and how much I am missing it up there! Jake seems pretty sure about getting railings up this weekend, I hope, I hope!
    Anyway I loved the "Adversity" Saying. It's so true! And what a nice little place to visit. I can't say that I know of a cute place like that around here except maybe my own yard!! I'm glad you had a special day, you deserved it!
    Love Di ♥

  8. Great signs lil Ladybug! You NEVER cease to amaze me. RED HATTER? Get outta here! I hope we get to see you in a shnazzy red hat!
    Anyway, I love your quiet place. To answer your question, one of my favorite places is the "hollar" behind our barn down in the woods. I love sitting on a rock there and being still. You can almost hear a leaf drop to the floor of the woods.

  9. I love the big yellow teapot with Jesus' words! What an inviting place, one that I'd love to visit! My quiet place is "my nest" near a window where I can watch the birds as I drink my coffee and read my Bible and devotional books.

  10. That looks like a very special place! My quiet place is my back yard, beneath the fir trees. If I'm really stressed, I go to the beach and sit on a log. That's always soothing.

  11. What a wonderful place!!! We don't have anything quite as sweet around here so i suppose my favorite quiet place is my bedroom. It's where i go to get away and experience peace.

  12. I love those teapot sayings, Rebecca!
    ~ Thank you for taking us along ~ it's so relaxing and sweet!
    Have a splendid weekend
    ~ Maria

  13. That sign on the pathway is beautiful! Yes, I do. I have two places that are favorites to be with God and they house His presence and peace like a welcome to me to enter in. His love is amazing and draws us to that place where we can get alone and just be with Him.

    Beautiful photos!

  14. I felt more peace just reading the signs too! what a WONDERFUL place to have tea!


Writing a Song a Week #3

Writing a Song a Week #3
♪ I wait for the Lord; my soul waits and in his word I hope. My soul waits for the Lord more than watchmen for the morning ♪ (Psalm 130:5-6)