|After completing a list of errands I drove out past Corbett, Oregon, to the Portland Women's Forum Viewpoint.|
|Although it was a misty day, the sight was still magnificent and mysterious...beckoning to be explored and enjoyed.|
|It reminded me of sights my husband and I saw in 1975 when we flew to South Korea to|
visit the children we hoped to adopt.
|In Corbett I stopped to take a picture of this sign that displays Teresa Kasner's artistry.|
|Then I drove to find Teresa and Dayle's farm which includes this pear tree,|
|this barn Dayle designed and built with the help of Teresa, their kids and a contractor who poured the foundation.|
|Autumn is gently showing up as the landscape tries out different color schemes, and I felt welcomed|
|as I first glimpsed the lovely old blue farmhouse peeking out at me from among the trees,|
|and I felt welcomed by the chuckling waterfall,|
|and Teresa who prepared a wonderful lunch for us to enjoy!|
I brought baskets and candlesticks and UK Country Living Magazines and my computers
and knitting and crocheting to play with at Teresa's and I got to play with Teresa's dollhouse,
and Buddy [Dog] and greet Lucy [Cat] and visit with Dayle a bit before and after he ran
some errands, AND as I was leaving Teresa gave me some Coastal Living magazines to read
and a formal introduction to the Girls [Hens]!
When I started blogging I had no idea how much fun I could have...how very blessed I would
feel as I meet other bloggers through their blogs and now Teresa face to face! If you have not
already, I hope you will visit Teresa's blog and enjoy her beautiful view of the world around
Remember if you want a chance to receive a little giveaway from me in celebration of my first
year of blogging and in thanks to those of you who interact with me, just leave a comment
on one of my posts this month, before September 30, 2012.
Are you having fun blogging :) xxx from Gracie