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25 October 2020

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Another fabulous guest post................I just love reading every single one.
Each one a new life, a new perspective and it leaves me smiling and happy.
Thanks Corey for your beautiful blog and your enchanting guest bloggers.
Blessings

Your home and its setting are stunning. Thanks for sharing with us.

Juuuust mercy. As a little kid I learned about the Pacific Northwest, I always wanted to go there because it sounded magical -and green! Your home is gloriously situated! I love that you incorporated your travels into both your homes, what a fabulous way to relive all those memories! Thank you for this lovely share!

Beautiful gardens and view from your house. Your tranquil garden is inspiring. Wonderful travels. Thanks for the post.

Just lovely. Ok, so after I stay at Corey's Mom's B and B, I'm staying at Kathys :)

Love the quote at the end. Your garden and home are gorgeous in Washington.
How wonderful to have stayed in Provence and met Yann and Corey too.
I loved the table of goodies you were checking out at the brocante too.

Your step out of your comfort zone was beautifully written. Thanks for taking us on your journeys, sharing your beautiful home and garden. That view! I enjoyed every bit.

Kathy, I hear you.... My heart nearly stood still when I saw your heavenly home, that placement within absolute beauty and serenity - and you having been a teacher. You also have that way with words I so appreciate.
Kathy, you are beautiful, outside and far more importantly INSIDE. Thanks for overcoming your hesitation and sharing with Corey’s readers. That was a great gift on this rainy Monday morning.

Lovely to meet you! Almost neighbours, just a bit of water between.
Your garden is a dream and the views sublime.
Thank you for stepping out of your comfort zone.
Ali

Nice to meet you Kathy...and your lovely home and part of the world...love the quote from St Therese...sums things up very well. Cheers from NZ

Wow*** can I move into the beautiful she shed in the 5th pic?? Pictures are GORGEOUS!! No need for reservations on posting as it was a fantastic peek into your homes!! :)

I love your photos, your corner of the world!
Thanks for guest posting!

Your home is gorgeous and those gardens!!! My daughter lives in the PNW and I always enjoy visiting. We lived 10 minutes from
Blenheim Palace for a year so spent a lot of time there. Such a gorgeous place.
My girls were into horses so we went to some lovely horse shows on the grounds. All very British...
I’d love to see your mural!

FABULOUS POST!
I have to tell you I WAS THE FIRST TO STAY WITH MY TWO SONS AT THE PARIS APARTMENTO seven years ago I think it was NOW!
THE KITCHEN CHANDELIER WAS HUNG ON MY STAY!
IT IS A CHARMING APARTMENT..........BEYOND!
Corey I met too and SHE IS WHO YOU THINK SHE IS!A TRUE SINCERE PERSON!LOADS of FUN.
KATHY do you know about Juliet MAKE MINE A SPRITZER?SHE lived up NORTH in WASHINGTON TOO but now is back in CALIFORNIA but has a NEW BLOG you may enjoy.WHAT A BEAUTIFUL LIFE YOU LIVE!

PS. I Met the LADY of BLENHEIM PALACE and her daughter in San Francisco at an ANTIQUE SHOW.............LOVELY PEOPLE!

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