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JJ #9- Our House


JJ #9- Our House

I took this photo from the front of the house after thinking how blessed I have always felt to live here and to see this view almost every evening. Usually I watch from from the kitchen window, but on this evening had run out to the mailbox and thought what a gift I felt it is to live here. It matched the January Jumpstart challenge theme and I decided to run for the camera!
Materials in EXIF.


Journaling:
Ed and I grew up in large families living in small houses. After we married, Ed’s job moved us to our small town. We brought our children, Terry, 3 and Tricia, 1 along while we house-hunted. When we saw this “big” ranch home on a cul de sac with bikes and baby carriages sitting on porches, we knew that we had found our new home. Kevin joined our family two years later, and after 31 years we are still happy here in our home on Brown Street.



    I love your photo of your house - and your journaling tells such a great story. It is amazing how our blessings are often times the things that we take a bit for granted. The extra photo of you & your husband is the perfect added touch.
    love the photo and the sunset... and love how you put yourselves on the postcard... great lo
    this is just delightful! and a lovely example of counting blessings and being grateful for what we have. :)
    this is just delightful! and a lovely example of counting blessings and being grateful for what we have. :)
    Ow wow, that's gorgeous! Beautiful journaling too!
    Gorgeous photo agains the sunset! I love that journaling book you chose and the picture of the two of you included. Very pretty.
    Beautiful home, lovely sunset no wonder you feel blessed. As for living in one house for more than four years - I'm envious! I've never done it!! So wonderfully captured, this moment in time!!
    Beautiful home, lovely sunset no wonder you feel blessed. As for living in one house for more than four years - I'm envious! I've never done it!! So wonderfully captured, this moment in time!!
    Lovely photo and beautiful LO. I almost scrapped my home. May we never take them for granted.
    Beautiful sunset! I like the journaling embelishment you used, and putting your photo in it.