My House

My home in the country is a blessing.
 Even though it’s an old house with many flaws, 
it is a good place
 full of peacefulness and happiness. 
There is plenty of quiet. 
There are lots of trees and the kind of space 
you need for a large family. 
I love being out here far from city crowding 
and the noise of traffic. 
Our place in the country is a gift from God.

2 thoughts on “My House

Add yours

  1. I thought my comment posted twice, Elece, so deleted it, but then it deleted both. Sorry — I'll try again:

    What a great photo. Love how the tree is in focus but the house behind is not. Also love how you're writing a few lines to go with each of your photos. Good stuff!


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

Blog at

Up ↑

Art, Photography and Poetry

Artist by choice, photographer by default, poet by accident.

Bull's Roar

Where bullshite is raised to an art form

The Frugal Film Project

cheap film, cheap camera, one year.

Cassandra Chandler

Creator of Worlds

The Bonnie Gardener

Design ~ Consultancy ~ Media

Bead Yarn & Spatula

A Baking, Cooking & Crafting Blog

and everything nice

the story of us

Cerise Chérie

Effortless cooking & bespoke cocktails

Flour, Sugar, and Eggs

Vintage Recipes

pleated stories

saree wearing scribbler

RJ Thesman

"Whatever you do, do it with excellence."


Elan Mudrow


From My Window

Photographs taken with a compact camera journaling everyday life in Central Massachusetts and beyond.

With The Grains

Whole Grains, Film Grains, Wood Grains, Words and Wanderings by Quelcy T. Kogel

Author | Coach | Speaker | Editor

Successful Writer Conference

Helping Writers Achieve Their Dreams

%d bloggers like this: