Girl Meets Bulgaria

Musings of an American expat in Bulgaria (with detours in Utah and Alaska)

Wordless Wednesday: Visiting Our Country/Village House w/Linky



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27 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday: Visiting Our Country/Village House w/Linky

  1. Thank you for visiting Wordless Wednesday at I appreciate you stopping by and sharing your photo this week! I hope to see you again soon.

    Have a great weekend… it’s coming soon!


  2. Beautiful photos.

    Regards and best wishes

  3. Wow, that looks beautiful! But awfully cold…hope you’re keeping warm!

  4. Gorgeous! What a winter paradise!

  5. Wonderful photos, it seems like a beautiful place:-)

  6. Wow, these such gorgeous photos!

    Happy WW!
    Verena ( from Germany )

  7. so pretty. Wow, you’re a long way from home! thx for sharing and linking up!

  8. I love the detail on the house. So pretty.

  9. wow, great pics!! There is something about the lighting on snowy days, right? There is nothing more clean and crisp!

    I’m visiting from a linky hop. Am now following and would love if you’d consider following back 🙂

  10. Very white and looks very cold! I always wanted to go there and visit. Hopefully next year.

    Happy WW! 🙂

  11. All your lovely snow makes ours look like dandruff. hahahaha.

  12. How gorgeous….lucky you!

  13. How pretty! I grew up in Germany. How do you like Bulgaria?

    • I love it. I get homesick sometimes, but I waited years to be able to move, so I just have to remember that and I feel better again! I am looking forward to better weather, winter in Bulgaria is a beast! Thanks for stopping by!

  14. WOW! If only we could all have such a beautiful country house! *Jealous!* haha

  15. Aaaaah, I miss Bulgaria! This looks so idilic. Hope you are having a great time!


  16. I get that it’s wordless and all but would u explain why you put the /”village” house in there? I mean the answer seems obvious but i’m curious how that differs from a reg’s country house.. get what i’m sayin? Kp

    • Hey Kendra Poo! Hmmm. Well, I guess I just put that because here in the ole’ BG, many families have houses in the villages where they (or their parents, grandparent, etc.) came from before they moved to a bigger city. It’s super common. What I have called that house has evolved over the years. First it was just “the little house,” as it’s fairly small (sort of cabin-like). Then it was “the country house” as to me, anything out in the boonies is “the country.” But then I started to hear the phrase that Bulgarians use, “village house,” so I started to call it that sometimes. SO really, country and village are the same thing. Pretty much. I don’t know! Does that make sense (a little)?

      • I figured that would be the story! That’s cool. And cute! I would have so much fun talking about my village house. ha ha :p

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