There are some things extremely sweet and savory about simplicity. Like a light colored room with a random splash of color. Like a stroll on a bike across an old country road. Like a smile from a child. Or a happy family gathering around a large country table. Laughter. Nails without nail polish. A dumbphone opposed to an iphone. Tears. Running barefoot through tall (probably tick-infested) grass. Long country drives. Mennonite people. Smiles from strangers (southern people are really nice). The sound of a rippling creek. Daydreaming. Random walmart excursions. Washing cups and plates by hand opposed to using a dishwasher. Bonanza reruns. Letters in the mail. Brown paper packages tied with string.
"There is a certain majesty in simplicity which is far above all the quaintness of wit." -Alexander Pope