Our Bit of Geography ...

on Saturday, December 12, 2009

...my space in the world










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S. Etole said...

How very beautiful your spot is.

Patti Lacy said...

Besides labeling this place home, I'd call it eclectic and fun.

How God has blessed y'all!
Patti

Andrea said...

Love your little spot! Beautiful! You are blessed!
Andrea

Brian Miller said...

looks like beautiful country...and is that a river they are swimming in? used to love going to gramma's house and play in the river...

Teacher's Pet said...

Your space is a happy one....the love...(those smiles speak volumes!)...the garden....the swim in the river (lake/pond)...the cattle...your home....your view...sigh.
Beautiful, Sande...just beautiful.
There's no place like home.
Love,
Jackie

On Purpose said...

Okay so this will be a totally random comment...but hey..I am that kinda of girl...YOu know what caught my eye the most...the date on the top of this post...its not Dec 12th yet where I am...there is such purpose in knowing He is there too tomorrow...for me...and today for you!

Greetings from my little freezing cold part of the world!

Anonymous said...

Absolutely beautiful. God's country. I am glad you have found your piece of paradise. This is helping me get to know you all over again. Bless you heaps Sandra and family. Cathy B

chili pepper said...

Hi, Sande.

I love your square foot garden. We have been incredibly blessed by this method of gardening in recent years.

Please stop by Art's Chili Pepper today and pick up an award.

Happy Saturday!

Kat

Sniffles and Smiles said...

Oh, Sande...your home is absolutely LOVELY!!!! I wish I lived next door...the pond...the cows...the greenery...so peaceful...I LOVE IT!!!! And you have a garden as well!!! Don't you just love it?? I can't wait for summer again...I miss my garden fresh veggies!!! Have a wonderful weekend, dear friend!!! Love you!! Janine XO

Arizaphale said...

Heavenly.

Shelle said...

I feel that grass....now I'm homesick all over again. I miss my acres up north (inland from Lismore)

Renata said...

OHhhh Green!!!
What a beautiful place you live in! That grass looks like you should lie down & roll on it!
Your veggie's look great too!
Thanks for the glimpse into your life.
Hope you are enjoying your weekend!
Renata :)

Heidi 2Thinks said...

A visitor from Australia- very nice. So, no snow there then? :) This is a beautiful place, a beautiful family and a blog with a beautiful heart for God. Nice to meet you.

Do you home school these darlings?

Heidi from Michigan (lots of snow)

Edie said...

What a beautiful little section of the world you live in. Are those Lily of the Nile? I attempted to grow them once. They only bloomed the first year. I'm sure it was my not-so-green thumb.

Love the cows! We see them quite a bit here in Texas. Have made it a game with the grand-girls that every time we see cows we all point and yell Cows! Silly but fun. :)

Thanks for stopping by. You have a beautiful family!

Mari said...

Hi Sande,
Thanks for stopping by. What a beautiful place you live in and you have a beautiful family too! I enjoyed the prior post about Christmas as well.

Natalie said...

Wow that looks so idyllic!

Warren Baldwin said...

You have a beautiful space in the world! I know you enjoy it.

Sniffles and Smiles said...

Hello, dear Sande...Just stopping by to see how you are!!!Sending my love!! Janine XO

Claire said...

thank you for stopping by.

your space speaks of home and safety.

xox

Sarah Forgrave said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog today. I love seeing a snippet of where you live...absolutely gorgeous!

Angie Muresan said...

And what a beautiful spot it is!

Terra said...

You live in an idyllic spot, and your children, the river, your house, the grass, all look gorgeous.

Sista In Arms Lxx said...

Your geography is beautiful not only for the scenery but because it is truly a home. Lxx

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