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Farmhouse Window

There she sits, the only daughter in a house full of blessings, talking through the window to her bossom friend. Like some farmhouse-style Anne & Dianna. Bedtime on Summer nights can be so unfair. Just a quick sneak to the window. "But mom, I HAVE to tell her one more thing!" she pleads (and yes, that is a branch holding up our old conversation window). I sigh and remember how I used to wish that I had a friend next door, just a hop, skip and jump away...

Lest I forget to put on the garment of praise for the spirit of heaviness, God put my girl at the conversation window. Thank you Father for answering my childhood prayer with an answer of "wait" ...saving this blessing for my daughter.

12 comments:

  1. What a great post, how wonderful!

    I miss my old house, you had to put a stick in the window to keep them open...now we live in a new house and the window open side to side...not as much charm.

    Hugs,
    Robin

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  2. How wonderful!!!!! I love all things Anne with an "E" ish. What a blessing to have a bosom friend right next door. Thanks for sharing this blissful moment with us. I just love how you capture memories with your camera!!!!!
    Blessings to you, Gerri

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  3. What a lovely post ... TY for sharing. Love the pics you capture.
    TTFN ~ Marydon

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  4. absolutlely loved this post....

    for a number of reasons, but one in particular is that our daughters are so far away from anyone, that they miss that...

    have a wonderful day~
    p.s. how much do clock faces sell for lately? (I found some to buy)

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  5. Beautiful post...definitely like something straight from Green Gables ;)

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  6. That is a blessing for your daughter!!
    Hey..awesome blog by the way...it's lookin' soo pretty!!
    Hope your having a great day.
    XO
    ~Christine

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  7. How sweet! She'll cherish these moments for a long time.

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  8. How sweet.....and totally wonderful that you got a picture of that moment for memories sake...she'll love looking back on those days.

    Blessings,
    Spencer

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  9. That is a gorgeous picture. I always wanted a neighborhood friend just a stone throw away. That picture is definetly a framer.

    Marcia

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  10. Thanks for stopping by! Looks like you are an old junk lover just as much as I am. Hope you'll come back again.

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  11. Oh my goodness ~ this is such a precious post ~ It brings back such sweet childhood memories ~

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