Country Living is tempting.
We caught a glimpse of this old, worn horse trailer in rural McDonough, GA where we spent Easter Sunday. We loved its contrast against the green landscape. That day we gobbled all sorts of tasty food and only wanted water as a result of the warm weather. Ever had a seafood burrito from the grill? Yum! Fresh and hot off the grill salmon? Delicious! We burned the excessive calories by hiding eggs for the anticipated hunt all over the expansive property. The young kids were filled with great expectations and could hardly wait so they practiced for the egg hunt! Absolutely adorable! McDonough is a beautiful city cushioned with nature all around.
Houses sit on large acreage with lots of trees, some with fruit, all kinds of flowers and a mass of green grass. We saw horses with shiny coats and kind eyes. Herds of cows grazed on grass; nature’s lawnmowers. Even these two old and weathered houses seemed perfect in their expired glory. Even though, they lacked luster and grandeur, they intrigued us. They belonged and were confident in their purpose; a reminder of how beautiful old can be. Their rugged exterior stirred the desire to make fresh and new again. Our love for vintage fashion gives us a clear understanding and appreciation for the treasure in “old.” While we love the city and consider ourselves city people, the country setting is tremendously appealing and inviting with the promise of extensive relaxation, and rejuvenation. Can we live in the country? Sure. Do we want to? Perhaps, in the future.