my future home

Okay, not really. But don’t I wish.Yesterday I helped out with the preschool field trip to a local apple orchard. And seriously? I just wanted to pick up my stuff and move on in. Not only was it beautiful, but there was open air, space to breathe, and of course trees and apples as far as the eye could see. Beyond that? Mountains. I always tell Jacob that I just want to plop down a house in the middle of nowhere, but close enough to civilization to not run out of gas before I get there. Somehow I think creativity must be incredible in a place like that. I feel so inspired when I’m there for 5 minutes, I can only imagine living there. Plus, that porch? Those rocking chairs? Perfect for some hot cocoa and a nap quilt. Sigh.Anyone want to visit when I move in? ;)

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29 thoughts on “my future home

  1. Beautiful. I think this porch would be my favourite place.
    Of course I’d love to visit you there :)
    Hope one day you’ll have a place like this.

  2. Oh I love that House. I might just have to move there myself. So beautiful and calming. I would be so inspired. If you do decide to move I would love to join you in the rocking chairs for a cuppa and a chat.

  3. Looks tranquil. I can picture a sunny afternoon with your quilts blowing in the breeze while they dry on the line. Of course you would never want to actually hang them in the sun so they didn’t bleach out but the image is a nice one, don’t you think? :)

  4. breathtaking…i live in the N. Georgia mountains, but don’t have quite this nice of a view…I say do it, make the move! Thanks again for the anniversary week giveaways :)

  5. I’ve never gone to an apple orchard though we are checking out what types of apples we can grow here in Florida. I too would love that home. Happy Anniversary.

  6. I’d love to come visit…but I’d love to live there, too. It looks so quiet and peaceful. it would be wonderful to have your own apple trees.

  7. the wood on the barn is gorgeous! that alone is enough to rope me in, but the scenery? bonus. the apples all over? i’m sold too.

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