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Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Outdoor Wednesday

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Hello everyone!  Today I will be linking with Outdoor Wednesday hosted by Susan @ A Southern Daydreamer.  You guys please visit her blog to visit the other participants for Outdoor Wednesday.
So this afternoon I thought and thought about what I could share with  you guys.  I looked all around.  I went outside and everything looks brown and dreary.   I thought to myself….”I guess I will not be playing Outdoor Wednesday”  and then I remembered some photos I took a  while back!
This is the childhood home of our 43rd United States president, George W. Bush.

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My husband and I enjoyed taking our boys to visit our previous president’s childhood home.  Definitely, a piece of history they learned.  :)  Everything in the house is exactly as it was when they lived there.  The refridgerator, the stove, everything y'all! 
 Here is a link I'd like to share for when you have some free time. 
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  I hope you guys enjoyed this little piece of history.
Ta Ta For Now. :)
Sandra

10 comments:

Ldy ~~ Dy said...

Hi Sandra!
So good to hear from you. I am so behind in reading my posts! Eeek! I missed coming by! Just got back from a long weekend getaway in Santa Barbara. Will be posting that later this evening. You know, I found your post interesting. I didn't know that the Bush family started from somewhat humble beginnings, on a regular street with nice little homes. Thanks for the bit of history..I enjoy learning things like this. Your blog looks beautiful!! Oh.. and I hope you are feeling better! Stay well amiga!! Hugs!

LV said...

Thanks for an interesting feature on the Bush family.

Marsha's Mpressions said...

Interesting. I would have expected something much less modest.

Love Bears All Things said...

Hello Sandra,
Do you live in Midland? My son and his family live there. They've been there almost 2 years.
I had not seen this house so thank you for posting it.
Mama Bear

♥ Kathy said...

What a great house! Happy Outdoor Wednesday

LadyCat said...

Hi Sandra, This is very interesting. I, too am surprised by the modest home.
I saw your comment on QMM's site and was interested in your mention of your Mary Garden. I have read alot about them and think they are so beautiful. Nice to meet you : )

Queenmothermamaw said...

Hi Sandra, thank you for your visit. I have added a Lenten reflection to my Ash Wednesday post if you would like to return and share with me. I will be back to check out your Mary Garden too as Lady Cat suggested. Blessings to you and yours.
QMM

Marydon Ford said...

G'eve, Sandra ~ How could we NOT enjoy our great President's life, history & memories ... TY for sharing. One day I hope to visit this, also.

Lenten blessings ~
Hugs, Marydon

Sue (Someone's Mom) said...

It is a cute little house isn't it?

Sue

Paula said...

Nice to see something I haven't seen before.
I found you through Texas Blogging Gals and came by to say hello. Look forward to reading more about you. Come on by http://lonestarlifer.wordpress.com/ and say howdy.
LoneStarLifer
Paula