Vacation Postcard



Hellooo!! How are you??!! It's good to be back here! After a nearly two week trip in America to visit my family and have some fun, now back home, for the last few days we've been wadding through a jet lag fog... It's been kind of a rough week, and hard bouncing back, as the saying goes. Funny how sometimes we could need a vacation after just having had a vacation! I've been experiencing a good deal of fatigue, headaches, edema, and other small body readjustments post-travels... So I've been slow to show up here and catching up with everyone. Weeding through LOTS of photos taken while we were Stateside... I will have a few posts ready for next week. 

In the meantime... Above is a BEAUTIFUL view of the patchwork-like farmland country of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania--my home state! :)))



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  1. I can't wait to read about and see your holiday snaps Tracy! I was wondering also if you would like to review my cookbook? My Editor is looking for bloggers to do that. Shoot me a message if you are interested and I will give him your particulars! (ASAP if possible. He needs them like now, lol) I hope you have a great weekend and that the jetlag isn't too awfully bad. Love and hugs! xoxo

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  2. welcome back!
    I remember before I retired how often I would return from a 'vacation'
    and my inbox was stacked so full that I sometimes wondered why I even bothered! :)
    I soon learned that for me it was nicer to schedule just long weekends throughout the year.
    much more restful and refreshing.
    glad you got to go home! but take care now. rest and refresh as you can. xo♥

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  3. praying for you today dear friend! Do rest up, travels and visiting is a tiring but worthy thing! HUGS!!!

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  4. This view is so lovely and it means even more to me today as I've been researching my ancestors who first settled in Lancaster County when they came to America in the 1700s. This is what they saw. (Probably a lot more forest to clear -- but it was what they were aiming for.) It is so beautiful and peaceful. Someday I'll get there to Deep Run and see where they landed.

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  5. Sounds like an idyllic time to visit, Tracy. Hope you ease into your re-entry and recover from the transition.

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  6. Welcome back. You was just a short ways from me when you was home. I live in SE Ohio. :)

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  7. Oh my sweet friend, I have missed reading your posts. I will look forward to your posts on your trip. I hope you had a spectacular time. I think it is wonderful that you could come and enjoy some family time.
    I am sorry that coming home needs a vacation. I hear you on this one. I like to travel but on the other hand I am always so tried after I get home. I hope you adjust soon and are feeling better quickly.
    Thank you again for following my blog and writing such sweet thoughts. I am so happy we are blogging friends. I love your faith in the Savior and I have learned many things from your blog posts on your daily life and other fun things.
    Sending prayers, love and hugs your way sweet sister in Christ! Big hugs~

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  8. We drove through there in September but it wasn't as vibrant. Still beautiful but there was mostly green. So happy to see you back here. Looking forward to seeing more photos! HUGS to you!

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  9. I cant wait to see more photos from your vacation too! the photo above is beautiful! it looks so empty and peaceful!

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