Glimpses of Georgia and Feeling Blessed . . .

Notice the two vultures sitting on top of this old house.

They were still sitting in the same spot an hour later when we drove past the house again.


The BEST southern food, buffet style!!! 

A gorgeous Georgia sunset.

It's so crazy to me that our trip down south seems like a distant memory already.  Thankfully I have so many photos to look back on.  I took almost 1500 of them!!  : )  I'm going to go thru them and print some out and finally hang some photos around the house.  I haven't really hung much on the walls since we moved in because my plan was to decorate with my photos.  Being the great procrastinator that I am, that hasn't happened yet.  But it will.  I always feel the urge to fluff my nest (read this someplace and loved it!!) at the first hint of fall.  I heard that the Farmer's Almanac is predicting an Indian Summer but a very cold and snowy winter.  Winter pretty much skipped by us last year with maybe one or two days of being snowed in for the day.  August has been a hot and humid month here in New York.  I'm ready for crisp fall air and clogs and boots again!!  It's been a wonderful summer for us.  We've become very close with a fantastic family in our new home town and that has made all the difference for us.  We've pretty much spent at least part of every day with them.  It's not very easy to find people that are pushing 50 and have a six year old!!!  But we did and we're blessed!!!  : )

Happy Monday to you!! ~ Wendy


susan said...

Beautiful photos, Wendy. Looks like a wonderful trip.
I'm looking forward to autumn too - I love everything about it. And, I to am looking forward to feathering our nest.

Anonymous said...

i love getting your photos in my news feed - i get to travel to georgia for a few minute right here in africa... (im sure ive written that before *chuckle*) but its true. thank you for sharing :)

sage and spirit said...

We've all had some hot weather this summer! I'm hoping for and early fall and a snowy winter.
Glad to hear you're really settling in and making some great friends.

I was in Georgia many years ago and I loved it! I didn't think I would like it so much, but I really did. I see it did the same thing to you!

Alyssa Corley said...

We use to live in Georgia in a little white house out in the country. I miss the south sometimes - ecspecially all of the fruit trees and the crepe mertels