Thursday, November 3, 2011

Treasures from Tennessee


Hey my friends!

Well, what can I say?  Except that our trip to Tennessee was FABULOUS :)

We arrived at Amy’s gorgeous house and didn’t want to come home…


Here are some wonderful treasures Amy sent home with me:

old bread pans

bread pan

seltzer bottle

seltzer bottle

vintage suitcase


and fancy plates


And although I treasure these special gifts,

Most of all, we treasure the friendships and memories….


of long walks and talks together


of laughter and fun


of movies around the campfire and the best hot dogs EVER


of waterfalls and drives along the back-roads


of gorgeous weather and the Nashville Flea


and scrumptious home-cooking


and the wonderful idea that one day,


we will get to go back again…..


Sure hoping you have great friends to make memories with!

Sending lots of hugs to all of you :)

Thanks for visiting me…


Becky C


BECKY said...

How delightful Becky! So glad you were blessed to be able to enjoy Amy's lovely home and hospitality!! Who knew that we'd make treasured friends through a BLOG??!! Too crazy and too much fun!!

Thanks for sharing your joy!!
Great photos!!

Sweet Young Journey said...

Hi Becky! What a wonderful trip and great memories you'll have to keep. My brother and his family live in Tennessee and my sister in-law always asked when am I going to come out and go flea market shopping with her. I love all your new treasures!
Have a great weekend!
hugs, Cheryl

It's me said...

It look like a great time you have had !! seize your day love from

Coastal Cottage Dreams said...

Becky: Looks and sounds like you had a wonderful visit! Nice photos..... I have found several friends while being a blogger also!

Donna said...

I live in Texas and have relatives in Tennessee, just south of Nashville. It's my favorite place to go. It's so gorgeous! I just love it! Thanks for sharing the pics.

Gwendolyn said...

Sounds and looks like a most wonderful time!!
Movies around the campfire sounds like a real treat!

cityfarmer said...

it's so sweet how your families have melded ... we may be moving to TN

Alabaster Rose Designs said...

What a wonderful visit it looks like you had!! You are so fortunate to have made such a dear friend through blogging!
Love the photos of all of the beautiful scenery!
Have a lovely weekend.

Amy Kinser said...

What a blessing it was to have your family in our home. Our home is your home always and forever!!

My Profile said...

What a nice time you had, your so lucky to meet a lovely fellow blogger. What gorgeous gifts you got. The friendship and the memories are what matter and the gifts bring both of those when you see them around your home :)

I have a little Arabian coffee cup that was given to me by a friend in Abu Dhabi before she left for Brazil. She bought the typical Arabic coffee set and gave each little cup out to her friends to remember her and the fact we met in the Middle East. I thought it was a lovely gesture and I used mine the other day to put some sugar in. They are like little china egg cups with no handles. Mine is embossed with silver.

Amy Kinser said...

It was such a blessing to have your family here. We love each and everyone of you. You do know that our home is your home!!!

Anonymous said...

What great memories..Maybe one day soon I will post about some of my memories..Some people would look at your treasures as junk but to us they are always special :)
Nancy insidenanashead

Kim Gann said...

There's no place like Tennessee, I think it's the greatest place in the world. Glad you had a great time.

Anita @ Cedar Hill Ranch said...

I've heard of your blog before, but honestly it's been so crazy for me, I hardly get to check out other blogs much any more. I love the music, the blog, the photography, and the sweet stories like this wonderful trip you took. I am a new follower.

life just saying said...

What a pretty blog, and photos. So cool that you made a special friend from blogging. Looks like a wonderful time with your families connnecting. I am a new follower. I found you on the blog roll of Cedar Hill Ranch.

José said...


I really like the simple and harmonious front of the house.
The premises are awesome.


Rusty Hinge said...

Love all your pictures! I love the idea of using an old chicken feeder as a plate rack! Any chance you have an extra you want to sell do you?!! :)

Bluebell Woods said...

Nice to see youngsters out enjoying the outdoors like that. Wonderful scenery.

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