A Beautiful Legacy

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Peeking out from the wood, the ghosts of a once warm and vibrant home still return every March. Making a yearly upward pilgrimage to honor the glory of what once was, they offer their yellow trumpets as living tribute. They remind us of those that came before…the the sturdy houses outlasted, the families outlived….

These daffodils are a living memorial.

Should we all be so fortunate, faithfully memorialized by the first hope of spring…by life renewed.

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About Lora Kathryn

Hi! I'm Lora- painter, nutrition coach, songwriter, hiker, Jesus-follower, art journaler, home restorer, singer, and natural food experimentalist. I delight in being married to my high school sweetheart and parenting our two rescue pups, Wally and Posie. We live in a Civil War era farmhouse in rural Georgia where we enjoy forging a simple, holistic lifestyle.

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