Lovely photo Kelli...Wishing the same for you!(The picture reminds me somewhat of a Thomas Kincaide):)
What a beautiful proverb - wishing you the same, Kelli! And I agree with Susie - that picture does remind one of Thomas Kincaide. :o)
Kelli, Good wishes back atcha' - take care.
Oh Kelli I love that picture...looks like a Thomas Kincade. Home-y & I love the poem!
Kelli,Lovely thought and beautiful picture.Thanks for the visit and comment. We like birdhouses. Many years we've made and painted them at Vacation Bible School at church.
I totally agree with you, "There is NO place like home." Kelli, that is a beautiful picture and I love the proverb. Have a wonderful day. Connie from Texas
What a lovely thought and beautiful artwork! My husband's family is of Irish descent (you could probably tell that by our last name LOL), and many times we'll repeat the Irish Blessing together at family gatherings.Thanks for sharing and may the Lord bless you with a wonderful and profitable week!Hugs,Amy
Thanks Kelli, wishing you the same! What a lovely proverb. I agree with everyone else --- the photo is beautiful. :o)
xoxoxoxxo Kelli and have a lovely Monday. Clarice
What a wonderful sentiment and a beautiful picture! I wish the family same thing for you, dear friend!
What a lovely proverb, I love it!
What a beautiful picture! Wouldn't you just love to be sitting by the fire in that house, looking out the windows at such a lovely view!A lovely sentiment as well, and the same is winging it's way back to you, Kelli!Jackie
Wishing you the very same wishes dear Kelli:-) xox
Have a great week, Kelli!
Lovely poem.hugs NG
I always feel so at "home" when I visit your blog...especially today! I love the picture and the proverb.
Right back at ya!!! :o)Kelli, I love that photo you chose--it is quite lovely--I would love to have it framed on my wall. The proverb was very sweet ((hugs))Julieann:)
Thank you so much for the lovely sentiments. And all sent back, to you.Mari-Nanci
Thank you for bringing back lovely memories. My great Aunt Fran shared that Irish Proverb with me years ago when I was a child. She laughed and told me that at one time her family lived at the bottom of a small hill and she literally had it 'downhill' all the way to her door. It often caused problems when there was a ice storm - normal Canadian winter weather! Talk about sliding in to home!
That photo is so relaxing. That was a beautiful poem. Thanks for sharing.
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