June 19, 2009

Another Good Reason to Live in the Country

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If you have to live in the suburb, it's good to take up landscaping. Especially TREES. And if you have a 2-story house, TALL trees.

This is what suburb trees are for - besides for birds and squirrels. Lots of trees. Too bad it takes so long for them to grow.


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12 comments:

Jeanne said...

Love the new template!

Anonymous said...

Your new blog design is so neat!
~Shelly

Kelly @ Wisdom Begun said...

Okay, girl, the blog re-design rocks. Love it!

And yes, that is a good reason to live in the country. That is one of the reasons we are trying to move to the country. Thankfully our new neighborhood has nothing like that, thanks to the Home-Owners-Gestapo. I mean, Association. However, our last neighborhood, ALL of the yards looked like that. Disgusting.

We are going to finish up the lease on this house and maybe next year. . .

KarenW said...

Beautiful new blog design!!

jenny said...

At least your online home looks great.

Anonymous said...

The new blog design is just toooo cute! I love it. Congrats to you, your kids, and web friend - a job well done.
Blessings,
Jan in Va.

Spesamor Academy said...

I love the new design!

Kris said...

Love the new look!

dianne - bunny trails said...

I'd love to live somewhere rural, but don't think it will be happening anytime soon. Fortunately we have TONS of trees - about 2 dozen, actually, on our little cul-de-sac corner here.

The new design is awesome! Darcy is a talented gal. :D

Amy Bayliss said...

Now this is just the cutest blog design I have ever seen!!!

I LOVE IT!!!!

SchrefflerFamily said...

I went back to the neighborhood I grew up in in Houston. We bought the house in '78 or so and it was brand new construction. Now, with the trees all grown? It looks like "old money" neighborhood. Quite gorgeous!

April said...

It almost makes a person sneak over in the middle of the night and clean it up. Almost, but not quite....

 

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