The trailing offspring became a trailing spouse - and life keeps changing
It looks so peaceful in the early morning sun. I love the way the light catches the trees at this time of day, as I stand here looking south. Balm for my soul.
How pastoral-looking. Nice pic. I especially like the water. Is that a river? Near civilization, but ever so private-looking. Thank you for this.
That's "my" river :) as viewed from the house. As viewed while I drink my first cup of tea in the morning.
All I can say is "Envy, Envy".Beautiful picture
Beautiful!!!I love the new comment feature. I am using it too, I get the email notification though, just like before...
I so want to play in your world, how beautiful!p.s. Can you kayak that river?
I have said this before, but you do stay in one of the prettiest parts of the world. If jealousy makes one nasty, I wonder what envy does.
PS, I like the new comments, everything stays on the same page.
very nice! ehrr. and how do you make the comments appear right after the post and not on a new window? =)
@Elaine, thanks. I freely admit it was the view that sold us this house.@Mar - back from holiday? I still get the email notifications myself, but other blogger users can't subscribe to follow-up comments by email. I'm not sure how many use the feature, or how soon they will fix the problem.@Debbie, you're very welcome to come and play :) No reason why you shouldn't kayak. I've seen people out there but usually it's fishing punts.@Sailor, thanks. I know we are lucky, and it was pure chance that we happened to find this place.@Myke, the embedded comments are available in blogger-in-draft. Just log in to http://draft.blogger.com/home and you can switch them on.
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