Your looks so beautiful and peaceful. I can see why you love being there.
You have a lovely home, twin sis. Peaceful. So glad you shared it with us today.
Your home is lovely, thanks for sharing a great simple pleasure
Your home is beautiful, Gayle. And yes, there is no place like home.
Beautiful.. I love you old vintage window.. I have many of those in my house ,, but I paint pictures one them..and I have one really big on that I put family pictures into..
Gayle,Your home is beautiful. I love getting home too, and am a homebody. Truly a blessing.
You have been blessed with a very beautiful and peaceful home.Yes, it is one of the pleasures I tend to enjoy the most :-)Mrs. M.
Your home looks wonderful and like a place that I would want to call home, Gayle. And I have to tell you this: I'm about to go to bed but checking some blogs for a few minutes. Obviously, I need to call it a night because I thoght you called Dayle a wombat. Good grief.
I'm a bit of a homebody myself so I know what a pleasure it is to enjoy the comforts of home. Yours is so lovely. Thank you for sharing it with us. Blessings!
Gayle you have a beautiful abode!The peace of a home is really what transforms a house into a haven.Thanks for sharing your lovely serene space :-)blessings..Trish
Your abode seems hardly humble. Beautiful.
I'm back like a bad penny to tell you that I really enjoyed your song (and voice!) on "you know who's" blog this morning.
Hello Gayle!I have had the joy of getting to know your sister, Dayle and somehow haven't found my way by to spend time at your sweet place here. So today, I perused many of your posts and, just as I thought, loved reading each one!As you probably know I have had a peek at the special bond between twins through the eyes of my daughters. What blessings they are!One of my favorite posts was when your daughter made the decision to sell her toy food at the garage sale. Bless her heart! That post said so much!So nice visiting!Kindly, Lorraine