welcome to my home in arkansas

my name is jeffrey, i am a mac and windows user, in the above picture is me on a mack with windows. I love the country and the peace that comes with it and i have chosen this blog to display the beauty of my home in arkansas. sometimes i am quite busy but thanks to the word press scheduled blog posts i can pretty much have at least one post a day.Β I believe its just good common courtesyΒ to follow back anyone who follows my blog. So far i have followed back everybody that has followed me and will keep following people back whenever i have the time to


170 thoughts on “welcome to my home in arkansas

  1. Thanks for visiting my blog! It’s nice to meet you! We have some friends in Arkansas — it is a very lovely place. And you seem to capture that in your photos! I’ll be looking forward to seeing more.

  2. Very Good!! I have been a Mac user and an International user. The International had no brakes a lot of the time, but the Mac was great.

  3. Your made me smile. I see you are clever with words- I don’t know if mac and windows is a pun or if it is called something else- but it is clever. I am glad you visited my site or I would never have known about your blog and wonderful pictures.

  4. Hi Jeffrey! Well, you’re a busy guy, and you have a nice space here. Just wanted to thank you for poping by my blog and letting me know you came by. Your comment about the turkey dinner made me smile. Happy Thanksigiving, Margie

  5. Thanks for liking one of my blog posts! I really appreciate it! I will let you know when day 2 is up! πŸ™‚

    Great blog you’ve got here! I’ll be sure to follow! πŸ™‚

  6. Thank you for visiting my blog, Jeffrey. I’m enjoying your photos – the scenes of Arkansas (have never been and look forward to learning more about your part of the country) and that vintage Mack, which is awesome!

  7. ‘Under the skys of Arkansas’ sounds like such a poetic name… Thanks for your visit to my blog – and I admire your intention to follow all who follow you. In an ideal world, I would wish to do the same, only it does seem a little difficult to keep up with… My best to you.

  8. Thanks for visiting my blog.Like too see the people i write.I love nature in all his aspects.I was 3 times in USA but never in Arkansas.I visit my daughter 2 times when she works in New Mexico en I was bij my friends in Wyoming and also visit Yellow Stone.Wish you all the best
    Marylou from Belgium

  9. Hi Jeffery, lovely Mack! Thanks for being interested enough to stop by my blog and leaving a comment. Lovely to see you πŸ™‚ Now I’ve got over the geographical confusion I experienced regarding your location, brief notion Arkansas read Ankara in Turkey!! I now know you’re in the US πŸ™‚ Thought you didn’t look or sound very Turkish lol You’ve got a lovely blog so I’m going to hit the “Follow” button, and I notice you say you nearly always follow back. That is very thoughtful and considerate of you, but I’d just like you to know that is not the reason I am choosing to follow yours, and if you don’t in truth feel to follow back on this occasion that’s absolutely fine – you’re always very welcome to drop in anytime should the mood take you. But I realise that not every blog will appeal to you on a more regular basis as with all of us in blogging world. Hope you’re good and having a great week πŸ™‚

  10. Hahaha! I like the humor of the mack and window (of course it makes one think of PCs).

    Thanks for stopping by my blog. When I saw your blog name, I had to check it out. My ten-year-old son has only seen Arkansas in pictures on the internet, but he’s convinced he’ll move all of us there when he grows up. He even threw a party in June to celebrate Arkansas’ birthday.

  11. Pretty truck…is it okay to say a truck is pretty? Or should I say it’s rugged and powerful? I did like the mack and windows comment…but I’m disappointed that the truck isn’t yours…darn it…how cool would it be to ride around in it?!

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            Ray died from a massage dose of poison and the coroner refuses to allow an investigation.

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