I wanted to name this post, "If I Only Had a Million Dollars", but somehow that didn't seem like an attitude of gratitude.
I mean, we're supposed to be content and bloom where we're planted, right?
Then I realized that I'm blooming right down the road from one of the prettiest places I've ever seen.
And I can visit it whenever I want to.
This is an old homestead that at best guess, was probably built in the late 1800's. The old farmhouse and barn are long gone, but some of the outbuildings are still there.
An old hay storage shed is still standing though.
The old hog house and chicken coop are still standing, but barely.
So is what appears to be an old outhouse!
The Mister and the Son-in-law, shooting the breeze on a Sunday afternoon.
The old butchering area has seen better days, but there was a pile of bones still there.
Or what was left of it.
Now it's just a fun place to play on a warm, summer day.
And continue to dream....
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