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X Marks The Spot

There's a very special spot at the farm.

 It's where I'd build a house if we were to do so:

 It's the spot where the view is breathtaking:
Springtime view from top of hill with Dogwood and yellow flowers in bloom
Fall view from beyond the hill looking back 

It's down one hill and up another:
Looking back toward the pond and beyond
It's just past the sometimes pond:

Where the branches from the two large trees intertwine:

And now...

Now it's where two very special and dear to my heart people will exchange wedding vows next year.

It's my favorite spot and they picked it.
The backside of the hill

Megan and Dylan, I'm glad you chose this spot. Here's to making it even more beautiful than it already is.

Comments

  1. Congratulations! What a gorgeous spot for a wedding. There are certain spots that just call to our heart, aren't there? Mine was always on top of the hill by the old chapel -our field on the farm where I grew up.

    How wonderful to think your special spot will be even more special now. xo Diana

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  2. It is beautiful! I would love a house there too, it will be lovely for a wedding!!

    Tania

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  3. Love the spot you have picked. Now I see why you love "the B farm" so much.
    Will make for a beautiful wedding.

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  4. Congratulations! That spot is perfection! I can't wait to see some photos of the big day. I know you are excited...:) Outdoor weddings are my favorite! Have a great week.

    Hugs, Vicky

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  5. I love it! For all reasons, for all seasons!
    Especially, for the love and life that will begin here!
    Love forever, Aunt Aundi

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    1. We are so excited they want to get married there! We are looking forward to meeting all of Dylan's family!

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  6. Beautiful spot - I bet you're excited to help them get started on the planning..
    Enjoy!

    Carole @ Garden Up Green

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    1. Oh yes! We are! It will be fun transforming it too. It needs grooming to get rid of underbrush, stickers, and briers. When the wedding is over, I want to stick a bench out there. It is the perfect daydream spot!

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  7. Beautiful. Can't wait to see your pictures of the wedding. We were in your neck of the woods last week going back and forth to Mississippi. It's so pretty in East Texas, and Louisiana.

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  8. Oh Cecilia! How lovely! It's going to be beautiful for sure, and I can only imagine how excited you must be.

    Your daughter looks exactly like you!!

    xxx

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  9. I can see why you would want to build a house there, absolutely the most beautiful views in every direction, and those trees that intertwine, oh my! And what a perfect place for two to become one, under the entwined trees, so beautiful and special. Definitely a place to go and reflect and soak up the quiet beauty of the Lord's creation around you. Happy to meet you today :)

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  10. How beautiful! Such a wonderful spot for a wedding! Congratulations!

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  11. How sweet! That is one beautiful spot and I know it will be the most special place on earth for that wedding. ♥

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  12. Aww, this sweet post brought tears to my eyes! What a special place to be married--the history and the memories to come!

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  13. That is a beautiful favorite spot :) Truly beautiful.

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