Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Why I Moved to the Country: Reason #99

On nights like tonight, I get to spend some time here...

and 'hang out' with these two cool cats for a spell...

but when it's all said and done, I get to come back home to this...
 
...the old farmhouse.

Be well friends!


7 comments:

Flat Creek Farm said...

Have fun and enjoy the visit to the city! I had to "cheat" and view the picture name to realize it's Steely Dan. Correct? Awesome! Enjoy your Thanksgiving #2 ;-) -Tammy p.s. for some reason i'm having trouble commenting here lately. maybe the blogger gremlins will allow me to comment today :)

from our front porch... said...

I just love your home. So beautiful and peaceful! Your a blessed woman, Andrea!
Wishing you, your husband, and the twins many blessings in the upcoming season of love and light!
Blessings, Misha

Elizabeth (blue clear sky) said...

Love that photo of the skyline in T.O. at night. The Dome has an interesting glow.
I haven't been to Massey Hall since elementary and high school, but I enjoyed the experience then. I knew Steely Dan was there this week and a colleague is going, so I guessed it was them in the photo, but wouldn't have otherwise. I have difficulty naming celebrities, artists and the stuff they do. My sister is so good at that, however. Frustrates me! LOL
Hoping the fog is not troublesome on the way home, we've had enough of it this past week.

OsageBluffquilter said...

That beautiful farm house will age much more gracefully than those two guys!
Blessings!

Oz Girl said...

I'm with you on this one... I love visits to the city, but I love, love, love coming home! I especially love coming home every evening after work. I can't even put it into words, how wonderful it is to come home to country every single day. :)

Have a very happy Thanksgiving... oh wait, do you guys do Thanksgiving?? I can never remember who celebrates what holidays around the world. :-o

Mary @ Neat and Tidy said...

Isn't a quiet home in the country the best?!!

Elle Bee said...

Oh, that's just perfect. The city is nice, but where you live is divine!