Take Me Back~

My husband went back to the area we moved from two years ago. He took some pictures {A LoT} of one of the towns we lived in. It truly is one quaint town with a square....cute shoppes and the most amazing old homes that are kept with love.

I remember strolling my "babies" up to the square to get an egg salad sandwich at the drugstore. Yep, it had the old fashion counter where you could get "homemade" sandwiches and a chocolate shake while you twirl around the old "steel" circle seats...true vintage!

After, lunch you could shop in the stores or stroll off to the library and check out books. Of course, I always went the long way home to look at the houses. Our house was built in 1851 but some were much older and much grander!

Take a look~

30 comments:

Keeper of the Skies Wife said...

Beautiful!

Those homes are like the ones in the town my girls live in.

Bella said...

Please tell me what that little town is? so precsious!

...and I'm not a dr either...Mr. President has some other kind of smarts, doesn't he?

Tara G. said...

Before we got married, I lived in a quaint little town south of Atlanta- "home of Gone With the Wind!" How appropriate, huh? That's what mom named me after! :)

Jan said...

Heaven's Row. How beautiful.

April said...

Now, that's MY kind of town! Those houses are gorgeous!

Joanna said...

What a beautiful town. I wished that the town square everywhere was still booming and people walked to it because we all live in close proximity.

SPEAKING FROM THE CRIB said...

you love towns with squares, don't you! ME TOO! wish you were in ours!

It' an Evolution said...

I could live there!! Love the small old homes with porches!
Janet

whimzie said...

What a beautiful town! Looks like a fun place to live.

Kim@Seasons of My Heart said...

WOW..what a BEAUTIFUL place.

Thanks so much for sharing the pictures!!!

Amber said...

What a surprise when I saw the clock tower in my blogger dashboard. I know exactly what town this is...only 15 minutes from me! And my husband grew up there! What a small world!

Montee said...

Love it!!!

Molly said...

That looks like a town gone back in time! So gorgeous.

Kacey R. said...

Soooooo pretty! I'm a sucker for a Town Square. When we moved here from Colorado - every time I got "homesick" Brian and I would go downtown and stroll the square. We still do and its so nice. :D Thanks for sharing the gorgeous pics!

the undomesticated wife said...

I love it! We live in the county seat, so our city has a courthouse square. In fact, I was just up there yesterday. They are so much fun to walk around. I could go for an egg salad sandwich! ;)

Darlene said...

It looks like such a cute town!!!

Jo said...

What a sweet town ~ the homes are lovely!

Jo

~The Robin's Nest~ said...

I grew up in a little town like this! I miss it dearly-I used to love the little summer parades!
Good memories!

LuLu said...

It's always fun to go back and see the old stomping grounds! Love all the pictures of the beautiful town!!

P.S. my comment back to your comment... I still remember finding your blog for the very first time!!! So it's me who is tickled pink blogging with YOU!!
LuLu

Mari said...

What a beautiful town! I would love to live there!

julie said...

beautiful! why did you move?! what town is this? thanks for the pictures!

julie@jam-n-jilly.blogspot.com

Busy Bee Suz said...

This is so wonderful...what great memories for your family. I am green with envy of you having been able to live in a quaint place like this. :)

Ruby Red Slippers said...

I love the house and town tour-
I just caught up on your blog-Happy Birthday to your baby!!!!
What a great day you made for her!

The Redhead Riter said...

I love those homes!!!

ShannanB said...

Your old town looks adorable! What a great little community.

Andi @ udandi and the craft of money said...

I'd love to live in a charming town like that! thanks for sharing!

Ruth said...

What a wonderful town. Where is it? I would love to visit, no I would love to live there. The homes are so beautiful and grand. I can just imagine the families that have called them home throughout their time.

Ruth

Dawn said...

ahhh... reminds me of my home town!
what a sweet guy to take the time to take pictures for you!

Liz said...

What a gorgeous town! I love places like that!

Heather said...

How crazy!! I know exactly where this is! I live five minutes from there- if that. Isn't the blue and white victorian in another town though? My husband and I love it there and try and spend as much time as possible there! It has the quaint feeling to go with the look, doesn't it? I found your blog by hopping around tonight and absolutely love your blog name!

Heather:)