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This is where my heart is :) • Rexburg Idaho Photographer

I can't tell you how full my heart is living here in Idaho. Although Jeremy and I are both from the city our hearts are in the country. I love this kind of living. I love how peaceful and quiet it is. I can snuggle up to Jeremy on the couch and read a book and that is the life!!!
I love being able to look out my kitchen window and see the cows and birds.

We love watching the pheasants out or living room window.

The house was built in the early nineteen hundreds and I LOVE the old door nob on our back door.

I love that we have a wood stove. It will be nice in the winter when the temperature is down in the negatives.

Yard work was never a chore growing up and I was never really asked to do it but often I would go outside and play in the dirt, trim the trees, mow the lawns (and the neighbors) just for fun. I love being outside and doing yard work. I'm so happy that I have LOTS of yard work to do now. While my Dad was here he and Jeremy cut back some of the fruit trees and we piled up the wood for the winter.
Thanks Deek for giving EmmaLee the wagon! We have been enjoying it too!

I can't wait to see our entry way in the summer.

and I love the cows! Especially the baby ones!!!


Micheline said...

I knew you would love it in the country - I'm afraid we'll never get you back here! Maybe we'll just have to move there. Can't wait for tomorrow to see you guys!

Cheryl said...

I'm glad you love it after all it took to get there!

Minnette said...

So glad that you love your new home! I'm glad to see that I'm not the only one that takes pictures of cows,:) Have you had a chance to checkout campus?

Jana said...

I love all the pictures of your new home. I'm glad you are enjoying life.

Maria Nissen said...

How did I miss this post?!? I can see why you are in love with Idaho and your new home. It is charming. Even the dishes barely peeking out of the sink in the first pic look charming. Great seeing you this week!