Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Green and gray...

It's a green and gray day here in Virginia. I guess these are the April showers that will bring my May flowers. It's a good day to take a deep breath and just be, unfortunately I am at work...where I don't want to be. But even though it's a little wet outside I think it's a nice day to talk a little walk around our little farm...


Wait, there seems to have been a little pink in there too. I love those sunsets over my neighbor's house. I hope you are having a good day...only a few more days until the beloved weekend.

18 comments:

Living on the Spit said...

Between you and SSG, you both have me so dreamy....Yaaaawwwnnnn.

Carrie said...

Great pictures! I love the big garden spot

Marcia said...

Hey Kim,

I found scrapblog site and am addicted! Can I use it to change my header? How would I do that?

Help! :)

Thanks, Marcia

Marcia said...

Thanks Kim for your help. You're such a sweetheart. Love the pics you posted today, especially the one of your house and beautiful sunset. Very charming!

Thanks again! Marcia

Brenda said...

What a bucolic setting you live in! It transports me away from the machinery building a bank across the street, to a place that is quiet and blissful.
Brenda

Rechelle ~Walnuthaven Cottage~ said...

Looks like a beautiful evening. I love days like that.
So? What will you be putting in the empty field/garden area?
I hope you've had a great day!

Wanita said...

The pictures are beautiful. I love beautiful, pink sunsets.

Predo said...

Oh, I want, I want, I want, I want, I want to live with you!!!!!

(Sometimes!) Serendipitous Girl said...

Ok, if I CAN'T have YOUR house, I'll settle for your neighbors. GAH.

Suzanne said...

All so lovely. It just looks so beautiful and it's obvious that the owners love the land and beautiful little home. It's got the McMansion's beat all to hell. Can you tell I'm sick of looking at 30,000 square foot monsters moving across our landscape??

Suzanne

Frita said...

We have lots of gray days here in Seattle. I guess the nice thing about the gray is that the green then looks so nice.

Beautiful pictures! I think SSG's description of where to live sounds a bit like Bella Farm... :o)

Small House said...

It's gray here today too, with new snow on the ground, but like you, I look forward to the weekend to be home, and be in my little world. I live rural too. Your home reminds me of my own.

Love your stitches book. I have dial-up, so as sites are downloading I sit and stitch. That was a lucky duck find!!
Have a great day.
Sandra

mollyandmarshal said...

I love your farm! You really should rent it out for people to come and stay like a bed and breakfast!

Wsprsweetly Of Cottages said...

How absolutely beautiful! :) I am on a quest here to see as much as I can. My poor starving heart for such a place of peace and quiet...thanks for sharing your life with us!!
Mona

glimpse of my world said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog.. you are welcome anytime.. if I can have your neighbor's house that is shown on your post... i may consider leaving TeXas!!

traci said...

your photos from today are so pretty. i love them. so calming and peaceful. thanks for sharing them.

meg duerksen said...

that sunset picture is so pretty.
it's gorgeous. i can feel the warmth coming through my computer.

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