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Feels like home. On Monday it will already be a year. One year and just this side of 400 posts since I moved into the blog neighborhood. As I write, dusk is settling in on only the second warm day this Spring. The kids are running in with their dirty paws wanting a snack before they get ready for bed. Neighbor Bob is burning something in his new chiminea. The scent is sneaking in my kitchen window. Smells like home.


Wallpaper and paint. Photos and banners. Family and neighbors. Laughing, crying and pulling weeds. Prayers & miracles. A picket fence... Yep, feels like home here.

18 comments:

  1. And thanks for making my home a bit brighter with your sweet blog.

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  2. There is a commandment about to be broken here as I look in envy of that green.
    In fairness my front lawn is green again, but the back has a few too many empty spaces and needs a bit of man type work to air the soil and put some more seed and fertilizer around.
    But just love that big tree and the lovely green lawn..........oh and of course the blog..........vbg.

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  3. Hi Polly,
    What a nice post. Time flies indeed. So glad you're here!
    xo~Tracie

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  4. What a sweet "cottage" you have! And the old growth trees and lushness makes me envious for something other than a new development we moved into 3 years ago! Lovely, sweet chick, just lovely.
    Connie

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  5. What a lovely cottage you have, in dwelling and internet. God has used you to spark my creative juices and to see Him in the everyday. Thank you, Polly. You're a peach. :o)

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  6. What a sweet and beautiful post...makes us 'newbies' glad to move into the neighborhood. Thanks for making us feel so welcome!
    Blessings!
    Myrna

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  7. Home is where your heart is - all of our hearts Dwell in Counting your Blessings - it's because of you Sis that I count mine. Seeing the beauty of this post and thinking on it's meaning - it just feels wonderful. Being thankful is what it's all about. Thank you for being you - xoxo Sher

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  8. I love your home so cozy looking. By the way I signed up with keep and share. What else do I need to do for Flea Market Friday? Got my goods already to go, just didn't know how I did the listing or if You have to approve me. Help!

    Hugs, RoseMarie

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  9. Dear Polly,

    I'm so very glad that you decided to call blogland home! You are a breath of fresh air every time I come to visit! Love what you said in your very first post ~ a Lady in Waiting! What an appropriate title for a Godly person! Redefined elegance!

    See you tomorrow at FFM!

    Love you,
    Stephanie
    Angelic Accents

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  10. Congratulations on your one year anniversary! It is always such a pleasure to visit your blog.

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  11. OKAY POLLY!!!
    I CANNOT TAKE IT ANYMORE!!!
    I HAVE to meet you....your blog is to die for as I find myself SOOOO INSPIRED!!!
    HOW DO YOU DO IT???? HOW DO YOU DO IT ALL????
    LOVE LOVE LOVE YA!!!
    Amy (Mom to the Four Sisters)

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  12. Great post Polly.
    Blogland sure is a wonderful place giving us all the opportunity to get to know one another
    Alison

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  13. Hi Polly Oh you are so fun~!!! You forgot to get your award though (:O)
    and the hanging picture ..I saw one somewhere a magazine I think...But so glad you liked it (:) hugs Patty

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  14. Thanks for welcoming us into your little blog home. It is a real treat to visit. Until next time

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  15. We just moved in March, so I'm still waiting for our new house to feel like home! We're getting their gradually! It does take a bit, doesn't it?

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  16. Hi Polly,

    Such beautiful words and may I say, having you as a blog neighbor is a rich blessing. Here's to another year sweet friend.

    Hugs,
    Dena

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  17. Polly, you are one of the best blog neighbors to have in our community. I have loved you since I met you. Your kind heart, generosity and goodwill overflows!
    Hugs,
    Penny

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  18. Congratulations! Your home looks wonderful. I just love your blog. I jumped over from another one (can't remember which one) and instantly put you on my favorite list!

    Kindredly, Lynne Laura

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