That looks like a dream place. What a blessing- as you are Miss Dixie. Thank you for your support out here in blogland.Laura
Hi Dixie!Oh................HOW WoNDeRfuL!!! Surely a little bit of God's country...so peaceful and beautiful. Thanks for sharing...Hugs,Spencer
I'd like to come live there. If it's alright. I wouldn't want to barge in or anything like that. I hate 'citylife'. :)
It looks so peaceful and green. I love how wildflowers just pop up in unexpected places--duh, I guess that's why they're wildflowers☺Hope you have a great weekend☺
Oh Dixie...I would love to live on a farm! I want a pygmy goat and my homeowners assn doesn't allow them!! lol I would have a whole flock of sheep, too. Love your new header! Have a great weekend!...hugs...Debbie
So beautiful! What a blessing to get to see it EVERY day! Have a happy happy Mother's Day!
What a green beautiful place you lucky girl!The Raggedy Girl
Cows look fat and happy with all the green. I know my horses are.Don't even talk about fencing. I will be painting corner post all next week.Have a great dayScrappy Doo
Bovine heaven! I want to pet them !
Hi there! Ah....I agree, there is nothing the slow days on the farm to truly help you find the important things in life...!(and like you, I am not holding my breath for fence building either!) LOL
OMGosh Dixie. It looks like a place right out of my dreams. I was born and raised in the city and now live in the burbs, but my heart says I'm country all the way (except maybe for the music, lol). I would love to look out my windows and see pasture, cows, "wide open spaces"...I know that's a Dixie Chick song. Saw them when I saw the Eagles two years ago :0)P.S. Thanks very much for the bday greetings and wishes. I appreciate them!
That's what I need--a slower pace.We do have gators all over Florida, although I've never seen one in our lake.
Thanks for the romp in the meadow. There aren't any bulls to chase us, is there?Was just out on my Gator and the cactus have those pretty yellow blooms. But it sure gets hot quickly:-@Keep it slow down there,Cnady
Dixie, I'm picturing it and girl, I am pea green with envy! Even the name of your town is prettier than mine. BTW, is french lique what the cows do?Debbie
Well Grandma Deb... French Lique, Texas, named in honor of French Lick, Indiana... I really didn't do much research on how they got the name... perhaps it's time?No, no French cows... just plain old Texas cows, bulls and calfs... nothin' special.. just mighty good eatin'... ooops! Shouldn't have let that one out of the proverbial bag...! Most folks think those steaks come from the grocery store!
Love the wildflowers. Is that lantana behind the coreopsis?
Hi Dixie! Love your farm pictures. Sounds like life moves at the same pace where you live as it does here. We live in a very rural area. I love life in the country...with an occasional visit to the city. Thanks for coming by my blog and leaving a comment on my Wordless Wednesday. Now that I know what is going on, I will get around and visit everyone. Hope to leave one next week! ~Debbie
Great pictures! :)
Ohhhh your pictures make me long for the farmland of Illinois that is near my little hometown. The fence post just made me homesick for the country.Love it- you are so blessed to live there:)Linda C
Just beautiful. Reminds me of when I was a child and lived in the country. What sweet memories you brought back to my city mind.Have a very blessed Mother's day.
Isn't life in the country so much slower and peacefuller than the city. You little peice of Heaven is beautiful.
What a beautiful place! Yes - farm livin' is the best!
KBeau... that is Lantana... for those of you Non-Texans... Lantana is a beautiful Texas wildflower... here, it's coming up by the road in the "bar" ditch... I love Lantana.. especially when it comes up all on its own!
Dixie,I just love these beautiful pics, more please, Happy Mothers Day.... Cindy
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