Saturday, November 20, 2010

A Home


Today I'm over at Vision and Verb, pondering the possibility of owning a home. Why don't you come over and visit?

9 comments:

carol gourley said...

thanks carola. I love the picture of the cottage you have here. I hope all goes well in your house hunting....or is the one pictures your choice?

Diana said...

Now that's a home I'd love to own...gorgeous.

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foxysue said...

Hi Carol,

This is a very romantic picture of 'home', I understand where you are coming from thinking of buying your own home as you describe over at 'Vision and Verb'. My experience has been quite painful owning my own home, even though it is a romantic looking cottage! 'Home is where the heart is' my heart is here now, but it has been at great cost in more ways than one!

I love your image over on V&V.

I wish you 'happy days' wherever you hang you hat!

Sue x

Marcie said...

What a sweet and welcoming image and way in which to express 'home'. Love it..and love what you wrote over at v&v!!!

Frida said...

Beautiful old house. Love the roses in the front.

Faye said...

Carola, this is a gorgeous picture. Looks English to me.

Ginnie said...

I know by now you have already made your decision, at least for now, Carola, but what a sweet image for the thought in the meantime. It does indeed look very English. :)

I've decided to use my Blogspot address for your post here since you already have my Shutterchance address at V&V. Just yesterday I published my post on Münster and Münsterland from your precious country. :)

Carola Bartz said...

It is English indeed! This little cottage is just one of the lovely cottages in the Vicar's Close in Wells - right next to the gorgeous cathedral.