Monday, December 12, 2011

Why I live in the country...

People often ask me why I live in the country, especially when something as simple as meeting friends for lunch turns into an afternoon because of the driving distance.  I'm fortunate to work from home now, but I spent years, make that decades, commuting.  It was a two hour round trip and, at times, I did consider moving closer.  In the end, it wasn't worth giving up the peace and quiet of country living.
I never get tired of sunsets like this one.  In fact, I've taken so many pictures of country scenes, I decided to make a calender for friends this year.  Take a look at the finished product here.  Let me know what you think of the pictures.  They're some of my favorite scenes from this year.
What's your gift idea this year?

1 comment:

Sunflower Sue said...

I love this calendar. Although I have enjoyed so many of your photos, this is my favorite. It is the simple blessings that God has given us that amaze me the most. I love living in the country too. However, it seems the city is fast approaching.