Today I feel like the mail man.
The one who delivers the rain come sleet or snow or hail or high water.
Trying to post this post today has been like climbing Mount Everest. As I was driving to a remote location in search of internet and coffee in the middle of nowhere, I was trying with every fiber of who I am to count my blessings and remember why living in the country is so wonderful.
I had plenty of time.
Driving five miles an hour on a winding country road with the defrost on at full blast because of all the frost on the ground behind an international harvester will give you new perspective on things.
So today, from a frost-covered-no-internet-gas-station-coffee-still-trying-to-count-my-blessings-corner-of-the-world, I thought it fun to take a moment to visit some house tours I’ve shared on the blog before.
Hope you enjoy the tours as much as I’m enjoying my gas station coffee. 🙂
Ceilings are the new walls.
At least that’s what this house told me.
Welcome to Cape Cod.
I know it’s fall and there are pumpkins and cornstalks and haybales everywhere.
But if you want a little bit of summer this Cape Cod Beach house tour brings the sunshine.
This beautiful home has an extra dose of southern charm.
Just add the sweet tea.
I remember sighing when I first saw this room.
I found it at the corner of cottage and beach.
This was one of my favorite houses ever.
I needed a little bit of sunshine today and this house delivers.
Here’s to remembering the internet doesn’t rule the world.
Here’s to a winding country road.
Here’s to taking a moment to remember what is truly important and counting blessings.
And here’s wishing you a wonderful day in your corner of the world. 🙂
PS I’m posting some fun ideas on how to transition from fall to winter decorating over on the Lamps Plus blog today!