Thursday, June 09, 2011

H is for Home

                            Home is where you start from.
                                                               ~T.S. Eliott
Today, I'm joining in with Alphabe-Thursday hosted by Jenny Matlock. 
For today's letter - H - I picked the word Home.  Home is where we should all feel safe, loved and comfortable.  It reflects who we are and what is important and beautiful to us.  Here are a few pictures of our home.  I hope you enjoy your tour!
Pop over to Jenny's blog for more Alphabe-Thursday links. 








Thanks for stopping by and visiting our little corner of the world!

~May you all be blessed with homes that provide you comfort and are full of love~

 





13 comments:

Ames said...

Lovely home. I agree with your sentiment. ~Ames

Shilo said...

Best of all home is where I am!

Rinkly Rimes said...

That is certainly a much-loved home. And I love the wools.

Stacey's Treasures said...

Your home is cozy & comfortable.
I love it there.

Love Bears All Things said...

Lovely Post.....beautiful home, so cozy.
Mama Bear

Jeni said...

Great pics, Paula! Very pretty. Love the shoulder bag and especially the cubicle storage for the yarns! I have to keep my yarns in totes in the basement and then, forget what yarns I have cause it's such a royal hassle then to get to 'em. End result? I often forgo the knitting and crocheting and deal mainly then with embroidery stuff! (Have that all stashed in a big tote upstairs, ya know!

Connie said...

Very nice pictures. Looks like a very cozy and loving home.

lisa said...

You have a lovely home!

Jenny said...

And what a lovely home you have!

Thanks for this heart-warming link to Alphabe-Thursday!

This made my heart smile.

A+

Adrienne said...

What a welcoming home you have! Such pretty landscaping (and yarn -he he) -how could one not feel welcome there!

lissa said...

I like the old-fashion font on the mailbox. you have lovely home.

have a sweet day.

Trish said...

Lovely home and lovely people that inhabit it.

Barbara Rosenzweig said...

Wonderful post. Your home looks lovely and your gardens, as well!

Have a great weekend,
Barb