Home and WELCOME!



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This statue is in our home. Sweet, sweet man and I were two trails that became one road.

A little of this and a little of that…is what goes on over here at my place!

I live in The Valley near Phoenix, Arizona.

Living in the Desert has been the best decision I have ever made!

This mountain is in my side yard!

Follow along as I go here, there and everywhere.

 I like to share photos of every day happenings!


Please make sure to click here or at the top(menu)  where it says Blog. That way you are able to see all my recent posts!

Thanks for visiting!


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27 thoughts on “Home and WELCOME!

    1. Hey Mark! I miss blogging… I have had a whirlwind of a Summer and and just now things are starting to slow down. I will be back to post a few pictures of what my whirlwind was all about! I miss you… and all my blogging friends! I’ll be back… I promise!

      1. Ha ha ha ha ha ha ! Well that was a typo! See what happens when you type on your phone!
        Thank you for such kind words! Is what it should have said!! I am sure you had a giggle!

  1. Awwwww, Arizona. Our winter home. Love it there. I also lived in Peoria in the 80’s. I am a desert rat and love the wide and wild open spaces. We stay in pretty remote places when we are there, and I miss it when we leave.

    1. Life IS good my friend!
      Next time I go to New England it will not be quite a whirlwind. Would love to meet you for a coffee or a beer! 😉

    1. When the photo was taken we had a lot of rain. This seating area is nestled in between lilac trees and hostas. Very green indeed. So glad you came over for a visit! Thank you for enjoying the view!

      1. You’ve really changed my views on Arizona. I really thought it was just dry all the time. So much green! I am looking forward to seeing more of your state! 🙂

      2. Oh yes… Even though we live in the Sonoran desert… It can get very green. And Spring in the desert is the best time to see it!

    2. Oh sorry… I thought you were talking about the seating arrangement in my Pennsylvania backyard.
      Yes… It can get very green in the desert! Especially after the Monsoons!

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