Thursday, February 18, 2010

I heart Meadowbrook Farm...

I am in love with Meadowbrook Farm.


I want to move there.

Or at least swing by the next time I am anywere within a 5 hour radius. Do you think Mr & Mrs. Meadowbrook would mind if they came home one day and I was sitting in that white rocking chair? Surely they have a guest room...I would promise to keep it tidy and even cook dinner and do the dishes while I am there.

Teresa, the lovely lady that gets the pleasure of calling Meadowbrook Farm "home" has to be one of the luckiest ladies on the planet.

Not only does she get to live in one of the cutest houes I have ever seen...

She gets to enjoy a view like this...

And have a unbelievably gorgeous greenhouse built just for her.

* insert jealousy here*

The inside of her house is just pure happiness.

Ooohhh...and it has beadboard favorite!

Look at those gardens outside the window - incredible!

The little vignettes around her home scream to be int he pages of a magazine. Anyone out there an editor? If so, I have to tell you something. "Call Teresa. Now. I'm telling you, she is going to get offers, yours may as well be the first."

Girls, I don't know about you...but I have a hard time growing a pot of petunias. Maybe when I pop in for that visit they can give me some pointers on how to grow a garden like this!

*Once again, insert jealousy here*


I saved my favorite part for last...the barn. I love barns. I grew up with one very similar to this, but it was white. There is something about the red...just so beautiful in every season!

You have to read the story of their "new" barn. It just knocks my socks off.

If you have not yet had the pleasure of reading Teresa's blog, click over and do it now! Read

Not only is her home and land absolutely incredible eye candy, but she enjoys the love and happiness of a beautiful family and a simple life. I love that she went from suburban mom to living an out-in-the-middle-of nowhere life. She has a wonderful story...and her photography is out of this world!

Thank you, Teresa...for letting me share your beautiful corner of the world.

Happy Thursday, girls.

Hope this brought a little sunshine to your day.