Home Sweet Home

Indeed, there's nowhere as sweet as home. Especially with 3 slobbery furkids to welcome my tired butt back!! I think the horses and the kittehs were happy to see me too.  And the hubster too, of course!  :-)

Upon my return, I was excited to see my complimentary issues of the May/June issue of Grit magazine, with a few more of my photos tucked between their beautiful rural living pages.


And I promise, next week I'm going to get back into my "normal" and visit all my sweet bloggy friends. I sure do miss y'all! :-)

A particularly beautiful, bright day a few weeks ago at our pond

28 comments:

  1. That is a stunning shot!! Beautiful pond

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  2. Welcome Back!! What is this y'all stuff you Yankee girl...I say the same thing now too. lol...Beautiful photo!
    Have a great weekend!

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  3. Welcome home! Did you wear your ruby slippers? Dorothy had it right, eh?? Love the reflection picture! :)

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  4. Welcome Home! Now that you're back would you be interested in an online digital photography course? We've already had 3 classes: The Photographer's Eye, The Camera and The Lens, but we have 7 more classes to go. Did I mention that this is FREE! The first two classes were more informative than anything, I think you already have a good start with the Photographer's Eye. The last classs on the len's I could send you my notes, unless you already understand lenses. Anyway check out my blogpost... http://ksborn.blogspot.com/2010/04/my-latest-distraction-creativelive.html

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  5. Wow congrats on being published! The pond picture is also beautiful!

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  6. Why I do seem to remember ponds back in Ohio being nothing but muddy and brown? They must keep the best ones in Kansas. Gorgeous shot. Welcome back.

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  7. Welcome home!!! So glad you are back! LOVE the picture!!! On my way to check out the link now!

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  8. Beautiful photos and I love your pond!

    Welcome home...it's always a sweet return when home is in the country.
    ~Andrea~

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  9. Welcome back, indeed! Missed you a lot! And that photo needs to be someone's screen saver, or the cover of some magazine - it's incredible, and so sharp and focused.

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  10. It must help that you live in a beautiful part of the world!

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  11. I like the reflection in the water. Good picture. Congrats on your photos in the magazine. Welcome back.

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  12. Beautiful, so wonderful to be able to see for miles. And yes, that's my dream also. To know that the sound of a car coming is a someone coming to visit.

    Welcome back.

    Jen

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  13. Welcome back home :D
    And OH. MY. GOD. Look at you getting all published and everything!!!! A HUGE congratulations-It looks just beautiful :)

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  14. That photo is sooooo boot-iful! I love it!

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  15. Upcoming post will show brown muddy Ohio water LOL

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  16. Great photo! I am glad you are back home safe and sound! :)

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  17. Welcome home to Kansas! We've missed you!!!

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  18. shhh... don't tell too many people, but Kansas can be pretty

    i love all the published photos you did... well done

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  19. Fabulous photo! And welcome home...

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  20. Looking forward to your 'come back' Suz but take your time - we'll still be here :D
    Love your photo too - they're always so simple but gorgeous.
    I wish the shitty Internet here in Thailand would let me upload some photos...I only managed 2 for my last post but they're two very special ones so I don't mind :D
    Take care of yourself,
    Toni
    x

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  21. Thanks Susan for popping over to my blog - how could a Kansas girl like you resist a title like that lol. I can so relate to needing the 36 hour day - I don't get to visit as many blogs now in the growing season as during the winter time. Thanks for the visit - it was much appreciated.

    Thats a beautiful photograph especially with the reflections in the water.

    :) Rosie

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  22. Glad your home and hope to hear more from you soon. I have been very lazy with my posting comments lately but have been trying to read as much as possible.
    The pond picture makes me want to grab my fishing pole, an umbrella and a picnic basket.....a full one.

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  23. I'm glad ya'll had a safe trip. I look forward to hearin' from ya again. Amazin' picture sweetie!

    You have yourself a terrifically blessed day!!!

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  24. You are too funny! I just love your blog and your comments on mine! The enchilada recipe really is to die for! But wait till you check out my dessert for tomorrow- dedicated to the Kentucky Derby. I wish I could help you out on the coconut cream pie. I need to make that actually but I haven;t yet so you might be thinking of another blog maybe. If not, I have a recipe for it so I can send it to you if you want me to! Love ya

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  25. Glad ur back home - don't feel bad - I haven't had much time lately to go visit & leave comments for my bloggy friends. I did have a Tweet up w/a lovely man and his bride - he used to play Smart Ass w/us - Joe from MYQUALITYTIME blog? I told him about u an me and takin' pics when u stopped in Dayton and how we laughed at pics of our bellies!! He promised not to take a pic of my belly. What a nice man he is and what fun it always is to meet a bloggy friend! Hugs to you sweetie!

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  26. I also have been not as bloggy lately but trying to catch up a bit now! Welcome home...

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  27. Don't you just love a perfect blue sky day with perfect white fluffy clouds? I sure do.

    Di

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