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I wanna come and live with you… Wow!!!
Breathtaking landscapes! Love the pictures of both kitties on the truck!
These are amazing! Is that a new kitten!
Thank you! It is a new kitten, but she doesn’t belong to me. She belongs to my cousin. 🙂
Awesome photos Tammy! They make me want to jump inside the pictures and go for a walk. Are those crows in the first photo?
Thank you! I believe they are black birds.
that kitten is ridiculous!!!
I just love that photo of the kitties on the truck, such a cool chillin shot. Katie. X
That one is my favorite too. 🙂
Such wonderful pictures.
The one with the stream/creek in the forest (looks very lush) is that from our area here? If it is, could you tell me where it is as I’d definitely would want to got here. Thanks!
It is definitely “big sky country” here. 🙂
Thank you Anne-Marie! I took that shot in Ashland, OR. 🙂
No wonder why it looked lush! 😉
We don’t really have that kind of green, lushness here which I miss.
Oh well, I am going to Woodburn in Oregon soon to visit a friend for a few days so I am sure I’ll get a “lushness fix” soon. 🙂
Hey Tammy I just got your book last week! It’s great! I wanted to thank you for all your help and inspiration to simplify! I am going to meet The Minimalist guys tomorrow nite they are speaking at a bookstore near us! Thanks for telling us about them they like you have been a great inspiration to me! Maybe some day we can meet! Love Kathryn
Kathryn – Thank you for buying my book! I appreciate it.
Please say hi to The Minimalists for me. They are sweet guys. And, yes I’d love to meet you someday! Enjoy the talk tonight.
Wonderful photos! Love all the nature shots, but the new kitty got a big “awww.” Hope you will include more of the tiny house in its new location in future essays. Bet it’s pretty in spring in that spot. Best wishes! Pat
Thanks Pat! I’ve been meaning to take more photos of the tiny house. I will do that soon. 🙂
I am thinking seriously about taking this class…I do have one question. I know I would have access to the class info for several weeks upon completion of the class but what if I have questions after that period? Or if I want to refresh myself on some of the content?
I really enjoy taking pictures and the convenience of the iPhone allows me to do this anywhere.
Enjoy reading your blog!
That is a great point! At the end of the class, students will receive a PDF booklet with the course materials. I forgot to include that info on the course description page. Thanks for reading my blog.
Beautiful pictures – made me smile, thank you 🙂
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