Friday, December 21, 2012

Here We Are

If you are reading this, you survived the end of the world prophecy made by the Mayans. 



I made it through the entire day with the prophecy hanging over my head and the winter solstice shortening the day.  

It's all good here in the farmette neighborhood. 


26 comments:

  1. I'm still here!!!
    would love to explore the inside of this old home..

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  2. Yet another old, abandoned farmhouse out in the country. It is a pretty place.

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  3. Love that house! Do you think it's still sturdy enough to save? Love the bit of gingerbread. We picked up a smoked turkey today for Christmas dinner and now we are all set.. don't need to go out for 3 days if we don't wanna. :-) ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  4. We're still here, too! No meteors...no volcanoes. But we have had snow and 50 mph winds all day! ha.

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  5. Just surviving these long winter nights is enough for me, never mind the Mayan calendar! Pretty photo! xx

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  6. Ooo I love this photo. Great b&w.

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  7. Love that old house. Glad you made it and me and the whole world:) Wen do you think the next end of the world will be:) B

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  8. I'm not quite sure the reasons for having so many properties that are left and not cared for. I saw another today. It was an older home, with detached garage and the place was all boarded up.

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  9. Haha :) We are alive here in India too! Beautiful capture as always Michelle :)
    Have a lovely day :)

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  10. Glad to hear Michelle......Love the old farmhouse, my favorite to see the old places.....Blessings Francine.

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  11. Now the days are getting longer. I feel so much better!

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  12. Yay...we're still here, out on the West Texas plains. :))
    Merriest Christmas...

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  13. I never for one second imagined you and this old house wouldn't be there today!

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  14. I love that look and often dream and wonder about the people whose laughter filled the rooms years before. I wish I had the $$ to refurbish all of these old homes....

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  15. I feel exactly like yesterday...

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  16. Now, we get to look forward to LONGER days! Yippee!!

    I love you pics of the old houses and barns. Such a sense of nostalgia, but beautiful.

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  17. This was a case where my natural skepticism helped out.

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  18. Yes, life goes on and on and on ...
    Please have you all a good Sunday.

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  19. When I see old places like this, it makes me wonder about the people that lived there. What was their life like? Where did they go? and why didn't anyone take care of the place?

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  20. We are all still here in Australia.
    Merle....

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  21. nice picture.

    yep...here we are...

    i knew we would be...huh?!

    anyway, looking forward to sliding right out of 2012 and IN TO 2013!!
    *cheers* BE merry!

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