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After a wonderful ten days in Texas with my son and his precious wife and baby daughter, I returned home to the farm in Oregon.  (Via a bumpy, fall-from-the-sky airplane ride I might add.)  It had snowed 5″ here while I was away but with little accumulation.

This morning, I awoke to overcast skies and rain.  By early afternoon, the sun had made an appearance.  The dark clouds continued to hang around for good measure though…

4 Responses to Dark clouds and sunshine…

  • acornhollow says:

    while that baby is just adorable I bet it felt good to sleep in your own bed.
    Cathy

    • Dianne says:

      True – you always do like to get back to your own bed but it’s so worth the time away getting to be with my grandchildren – as you already know!

  • Elizabeth says:

    What a beautiful view, I bet you never get tired of looking out the window. I think I can see a river way down the hill. When we use to camp in Oregon, I loved seeing the beautiful rivers. Husband liked the fish! Enjoy it all for us!

    • Dianne says:

      Good eyes! The scene you’re seeing from our front porch is of the “Cleveland Rapids” of the Umpqua River. I do love the ever changing view!

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