I have truly enjoyed all of your pictures and they sure do tell a story! Very lovely pictures! & inspiring too!Leanne
Okay I LOVE (me yelling at the top of my lungs) your little stick fence!!! I LOVE it!!I told my Gracie about your acreage. We think that would be wonderful. We use to have 10 acres (of poison oak) in California but now we live on about an acre. I still enjoy having a big yard for Granton to wander in.I like how it's was "wordless" today. And look there you are in the garden :-)~Cinnamon
Great shots...but that ALL happened in ONE day?? :) LOL...life is FULL, isn't it?! Love,Camille
I love your blog. Your photography is so terrific too. I especially like the one of your daughter in the garden. Stunning!
~Leanne, thanks! I was actually surprised how all the pictures came together, even without me writing any explanation.~Cinnamon... I told Jake about how you liked the fence he made for me. I *love* my fence too~ especially because he made it for me. I can totally relate to the poison oak/ivy stuff. We too had a grand crop of poison ivy here, but the goats have pretty much eradicated it. I'm so sensitive to the stuff that I usually end up getting poison ivy each summer just from doing laundry! ~Camille, funny you should say that... that's exactly what I thought too~ did all *that* happen in just one day? Yikes! Even at the end of the day I would have forgotten so many details. I do have a better idea why I'm so tired at night though! LOL!~Kahlanne, thanks! I don't think I've "met" you here yet. Thanks so much for taking the time to comment. I really do appreciate it. Hope you have a wonderful Friday!~susan
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