I'm just shaking my head at you and your homecoming -- in companionable wonder, of course -- since I know exactly what you mean when you call your homecoming a miracle; I felt the same way about my own, five years ago now, which seems more like the proverbial yesterday. That opening proverb speaks truth to make us pause. Here's another one, by Henry David Thoreau, that fits well beside it...“Could a greater miracle take place than for us to look through each other's eyes for an instant?”
Loved the post....but, my legs twitched a little to see the guy way up high on the roof....
E,Love your "cottage" in the woods, you are a very lucky lady:)Love today's sharing.Blessings to you.
planting a pear tree? so glad you are able to do this and the weather is permitting. we are a bit nippy here in the mid 30s with snow flurries expected - no accumulation, just showers here and there. far too cool in the windy chill to plant though. we are soooooo ready to get back into the gardens....hope you have fun.
Your home is beautiful!!! I can see why your miracle came true for you--you are filled with kindness.
A beautiful post. Congratulations on selling the city house and I feel privileged to have been a "part" of the journey.You are so deserving of that peaceful lovely place. The turkeys are a riot. We have so many here, too.
aneverydaylife, Beverly, Shannon, Judy and Marcia - thanks for visiting.Sky, I may not be able to plant that tree :)
You are home. What paradise! May you rest on this Earth eternally.
Kaveri - thank you. Peaceful wishes sent to you this early evening.
Homecoming...you are nestled at woodlands edge. Your cottage/home is wonderful! The deer and turkeys, oh my, gorgeous photos! Your country area is spectacular.I am so happy for you!
Beautiful Place...Good for the the Soul.
How I love this post, and seeing your incandescent sanctuary in the woods - it is a veritable temple.
Sandra, Christ -thank you for your special comments.Dear Cate, know how busy you - your comments on my simle sharing always are dear to me...
oh my comment filled with errors - but you know what I mean.a lot of errands and I am weary.
We have lots of turkeys in our town, too. I passed two on the road just today.
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