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Saturday, January 23, 2010

THE OLE FARM HOUSE!




Drive on in Ladies to the little ole yellow farm house where Tinkerbell and I call home....



Come sit on the ole porch swing or grab a pink rocker!



If we take a walk around the house this is what you see.


Same side of the house just further out to capture a few of the oak trees.


After our visit on the porch we can walk down to the pretty gazebo and fish if you like!

Hope you enjoyed a few pictures of the ole place. More to come later! If you missed my inside pictures please go back a few post to catch a glimpse of the inside.
Thanks for Stopping by

Love to all
Maggie


46 comments:

Joan@anythinggoeshere said...

I love your place. What a wonderful place to live. Love the giant gazebo by the pond.

Pat said...

Maggie...

Your house looks like something from a romance novel...She was a beautiful, mysterious woman who lived at the end of a long drive in a little yellow cottage with a porch swing and two inviting rocking chairs painted peony pink.

Hope you're having a wonderful weekend,
Pat

Nezzy said...

Thanks for the walkabout of your quaint little farmhouse. What a beautiful little yellow cottage!

Enjoy your weekend sweet lady!!!

farmlady said...

I have never been to Texas. My image of Texas was always like the movie *Giant* I guess..., dry, dusty and lots of Cows.
This place is lovely!! I really like the huge shade trees and your pink porch chairs and swing are wonderful. Thanks for the visit.

Can I ask why there are two front doors?

nanny said...

What great pictures of your home,,,,I love it!

SharDon Exclusives said...

Maggie, it is just exactly as I imagined your home to be. Yes, it looks like a home from a novel "the lovely yellow bungalow beside the shimmering water". Plus the inside is so delightfully decorated. Sounds so romantic so you must let a "little" romance enter your door and surround you with thanksgiving for blessing you with this treasure...
Sharon

SharDon Exclusives said...

p.s. I love it! A little picked fence and that oak tree is absolutely devine.

Sis said...

I love it, especially coming up the drive - looks very wide. You certainly have the eye and mind of an artist. Ah, those beautiful trees. I wish it was yours, free and clear!

Kim said...

It looks so peaceful. What a wonderful contrast to your work-place! A haven for sure.

sissie said...

I want a place like yours all out in the open surrounded by loveliness. It's so pretty. I'll see you on the porch, get my iced tea ready, ok?

hugs
Sissie

Andrea said...

Maggie,

I love it. It looks so very peaceful.
Blessings, andrea

Deb said...

Maggie...you have a great place...love the gazebo.....enjoyed the visit...

Julie Whitmore Pottery said...

Now there's a haven to look forward to after one of your more wild days at work. Must be awful nice to come up that drive and hear that screen door swing open.
julie
ps i'm just assuming you have a screen door!

Marydon Ford said...

What an adorable property you have ... so serene & sweet. I'll be over in lemonade weather.

Have a beautiful weekend.
TTFN ~ Marydon

Marla at Always Nesting said...

Wow, it's so beautiful! It looks like a retreat. Is that where us bloggers can go when we need to get away?

Brainstorm! That's how you can fund the internet bill. Your retreat, your chocolate = a ranch B&B.

Brynwood Needleworks said...

What a lovely visit, my dear Maggie. Thanks for showing us around the farm. ahhhhh.
See you soon!
Donna

Delena said...

Those trees!!! and that driveway! I love the yellow too. Awesome, looks so relaxing and inviting!

Cathy said...

What a beautiful place to live in with Tinkerbell!

June said...

Oh Maggie I'm in love! What an amazing home and the setting is gorgeous. I love, love, love it my friend.
hugs

Rebecca said...

I could so live at your place. I could. Yes. Yes I could.

I love it when a person's home because a place of quiet rest. That is what my home is to me. Peace and calm and a retreat from the busyness of life.

Can I come visit?

Let me know when. K?

xoRebecca

jojo said...

oh what a sweet home you have! I just love the pink rockers...I would love to come and sit with you and have a cuppa. Looks like a very serene setting too...I just love it. Have a good weekend and behave...jj

Mercy Otis/The Stone House said...

How fun! Thanks for the tour! I would love to come sit on your porch a while! You do live somewhere off the beaten path like we do.
Enjoy your day.
Mercy

Auntie Cake said...

Love it, every bit of it!!!
Kate

The French Bear said...

Love it doll, it looks just like I knew it would!!! You have a wonderful and charming home!
Hugs,
Margaret B

The Garden of Egan said...

I love that old farmhouse! It makes me want to come on over with a freshly baked pie!
LOVE IT!
I would so live there.
I'm kind of a country girl at heart. Lived there once. Stars were bigger. Air was wonderful!

Stephanie ~ Angelic Accents said...

Oh a gazebo, a pond, AND a large DQ cone? I just CAN NOT be friends with you any moe!! LOL

Hugs,
Stephanie
Angelic Accents

Stephanie ~ Angelic Accents said...

I meant more !! See, you got me so upset I can't even type!!

Steph
Angelic Accents

Anne~Fiona and Twig said...

You DO know that you're living in my dream house, right?
Sooooo cute! Oh, the things I could do with a cute little cottage like that! :-)

Have a blessed Sunday!
Anne

Sarah Lulu said...

It truly is very charming. xx

Carin said...

Hi Maggie,

What a great house!!!!

Please, don't forget to mail me your full name and adress!!! You won my giveaway, and I want to sent it to you!!!! please email me at: info@ctadministraties.nl

Jacque said...

Good Morning Maggie,

I am in love with your little yellow farmhouse and envious of that white picket fence! I want one SOOOOOO bad!! Does your farm have a name--I may have missed it in one of your other posts? It just looks like a ranch house that has a name..

Have a great week!

Marilyn said...

Your place is beautiful!! I really love those stately trees!!
This must be so nice to come home to after a long days work.....
Love,
Marilyn
xxoo

Midlife Mom said...

What a fun visit to your home! I love it especially the porch with the rockers! Now I must go back and catch up on your posts and see the inside. This is so much fun!

All things nice... said...

Oh its so pretty and tranquil looking, love the gazebo, what a lovely place to do some bird watching, relax on a summer day, have tea with friends, paint, read, write...

All things nice...

tales from an oc cottage said...

That looks like a movie set!!!! You are so lucky!!!

m ^..^

Kissed by an Angel said...

What a gorgeous, gorgeous house!! I always knew I wanted to visit Texas - now I know why!!!
xxxx

Me....bunny said...

Whens the party? I'm envisioning a nice summer get together with hanging lights and lemonade and music and ....oh wait,...sorry, I was fantasizing there for a minute.

NitWit1 said...

Looking at the farmhouse reminds me of my TX ehome especially my sister's home which once was my Dad's gentleman farm. We had a "tank" but no gazebo which is really nice!!! Thanks for the tour.

Cat Nap Inn Primitives said...

I love your home and love those trees and the view is wonderful..:)

~The Robin's Nest~ said...

Maggie,
How blessed you are to live where you do!
Yes, I want to fish in the pond-What kind of fish are stocked there?
Such a wonderful place you have there!

Have a great week,

Robin~♥

Angela said...

Oh, it was wonderful sitting on your front porch. I do wish I could do that literally...sigh. What a beautiful place. I'm going inside now...

sjmcdowell said...

Oh Maggie your house is as lovely as you are!!!
Such a romantic and blissful place!!
You should have a crafters retreat there...if
you build it they will come!!!Lol!!!
Love you girlfriend!!! Hugs from Susan in Georgia!!

Catherine said...

What a lovely house you have! hugs catherine

Olivia and Me said...

How cute is this! We could swap houses for a week for a great vacation!

Cute indeed.. I don't think I'd leave.

with love,

Olivia

Janet, said...

I love your little yellow farm house and the white picket fence and the front porch! A house isn't a house without a front porch.

Millie said...

Maggie your little ranch is just delightful! There are plenty of great Aussie blokes who'd jump at the chance to show you our fabulous country. Maybe you should think about a trip Down Under in the future.
Millie ^_^