Family, marriage, womanhood, a simple life at home
Those flowers really are beautiful. They remind me of a tree outside my parents window growing up in Kentucky. Not quite Isreal, but still beautiful :)Thank you, Anna, for all your incredible wisdom and insight. Reading your blog has encouraged me so deeply in the area of taking care of a home and husband. As I'm sure you know, it's very unpopular to work as a homemaker without children in America. But reading your blog constantly reminds me of why my husband and I chose to go down this route. You are truly a blessing to us all.I can't wait to read more of what you write!!
It's autumn (fall) in my pocket of the world, but like you I'm trying to snap the little bursts of beauty that I see before they're whisked away by the rain.x Felicitywww.giftsofserendipity.com
Spring isn't quite here for us, but it's getting there. We will enjoy it when it comes.
Lovely blossoming tree! I am looking forward to apple blossoms and cherry blossoms in my yard.
Spring doesn't seem to "spring", does it? More like creep, stop, back up, circle around, and try over. There was a news item on TV the other night; a couple had planned an outdoor wedding, and the four days before the Big Day the temperature was in the 80s - 26-27C. The day of the wedding they had four inches of snow! (10cm)
Do you know what type of tree this is? It IS like one we have here in Kentucky, and it smells gorgeous. I've always wondered what it is. :)
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