Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Homesick

"I come home to my solitary woodland walk as the homesick go home.
I thus dispose of the superfluous and see things as they are,
grand and beautiful."

- Henry David Thoreau


log house

21 comments:

Tami said...

what a happy little house

Betsy from Tennessee said...

I love Thoreau, Shelley... I'm sure you are 'homesick' to see that precious little cabin. You will get there soon---and it will be there all smiley and ready for your company. In the meantime, just get WELL.
Hugs,
Betsy

Rambling Woods said...

How perfect...

basketsnprims said...

What a perfect picture.

Pam

nonna said...

i love your pics, but i'm starting to think that i could take a pic of a land fill that is snow covered and it will look good lol

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Leedra said...

Shelley you have spam message.

Love the house photograph. Is this your house when you are not at the log cabin?

Rocky Mtn. Girl said...

How it is nestled in there is just perfect! What a beautiful setting!
~Michele~

Darla said...

Beautiful!!!

bennie and patsy said...

Your music is so beautiful and goes so well with your blog very melodically.

Cedar ... said...

Walking in the woods, amid Mother Nature's gifts is always good medicine. My best decisions have been made when I've been alone in the woods. It is snowing lightly here in the Adirondacks, if not for the icy footing underneath this little bit of powder, I'd follow my "homesick" feelings and be out in the woods today. I hope you are feeling better!

Deborah Godin said...

That's such an inviting little cottage! Goes well with the Thoreau quote and the Enya!!

Shellmo said...

Tami - I thought so too! :)

Betsy - I love looking at the log cabins near me as much as my own! Thank you for the get well wishes!

Rambling - thanks!

Nonna - snow is definitely the frosting on the cake - lol.

Leedra - this is someone's cabin that's on a neighboring lake. We live in a brick bungalow downstate which we are now trying to sell.

Michelle - I liked how it was humble & cozy. Thanks for coming by!

Darla - thank you!

Benny & Patsy - glad you're not tired of the music yet - lol!

Cedar - I agree w/ the healing effects of nature. we are kindred souls.

Deborah - thank you!

Tina said...

The picture of perfect...and the quote goes so well..!

Kristin said...

stunning!

Ms. Hays said...

Very Nice!!!

Natural Moments said...

Thoreau was definitely a master of experiencing the Moment.

Northern Michigan looks very beautiful and peaceful in these woods.

Denise said...

What a cute place! Adorable.

Mona at Cabin and Camp said...

Happy New Year, Shelley. Sorry to hear you're not up to par. Love the picture of that cabin. I'll bet the people who own it are lovely folks.

We've left our cabin and are in So. Carolina now. It's 65 degrees and it's not even 8 AM. When I look at yours and Cedar's pictures I'm already homesick, even though I seem to remember that I was already complaining about the snow!

Melissa Weisbard said...

Is this your cabin? It is just gorgeous. It reminds me of some country Christmas story. Great photo.

Shellmo said...

Hi Melissa - this isn't my cabin - but the cabin on the right sidebar of my blog is. :)