Wednesday, June 17, 2009

If you build it you can put stuff on it

My trusty Radio Flyer has seen better days

Jazz seems to know when an adventure is about to begin, especially when it means going down into the woods for a walk longer than a trip to the mailbox. She was beside herself to get started, but had to be bribed with several pieces of cookie for the fake photo shoot when we got back.

Jealous Steph? Here I am having an adventure without you, while you blog about those damn black dogs you play with now more than me. Whatever.

We headed to the far end of the field to collect rocks for my latest project, rusty wagon rattling all the way down over the bumpy trail. I've had an idea floating around in my head now for a while to build a display area in the corner of the deck out of rocks. Big ones.

I also got it in my head I wanted a Strawberry Planter. A lady on GardenWeb mentioned she found one at the Lowes in Southern Maine. My trip to the library yesterday did a really big swing so I could say the new Brewer Lowes was on the way. Sort of.

Okay not at all! But I wanted one.
While I was there I bought a few plants to put into it. I still want one of these smaller designed planters to put trailing African Violets in.
(Link included for the shopping ease of
family members who like pie :)

4 comments:

Needled Mom said...

It looks beautiful and is definitely a job well done.

Sharon said...

Wow you are one talented lady! I came over to tell you I was one of the lucky gals to get your puzzle piece. I have posted a bout it on my blog if you care to look. Your work is amazing and I love the piece. I also love your gardens, the name of your blog and all of your socks. LOL you do love socks. I have always wanted totry knitting socks but have yet to take the challenge. Thanks for the puzzle piece. I love it. Sharon

Judy S. said...

Hi, Laurie, from Chicago! When we get back home, I'm going to check out your violet website, thanks! Looks like you're enjoying summer in your garden.

Micki said...

Your garden is lovely!
Micki