What does it say about me that my favorite is the outhouse??? Which one is yours?
I’m so behind on blogging, but I did see this wonderful article and figured I’d post it here. I can’t claim any of these ideas as my own, though, dang it. They’re beautiful and none of them look all that difficult to achieve. Happy holidays, folks!
I have the various containers, now all I have to do is replant them with some of these fabulous fall flowers and greens. I removed all the dead summer plants (my garden and planters didn’t fare too well this year) and will replace them with something like these. I can feel my face converting toContinue reading “Fall Container Gardens (re-blog)”
I don’t know about all of you, but here in Pennsylvania my gardens are drowning, (well, they were–right now they’re out there gasping for air like the rest of us) and look like holy hell. My deck is without furniture, because I really haven’t been able to use it, and as for a patio, well,Continue reading “Deck Envy”
Well, sort of, anyway. The past few years, I have found driving in the snow a bit annoying, especially when the weather is unexpected, the roads aren’t cleared, cars are in places they have no business being, and a one to one-and-a-quarter hour commute from work to home can take upwards of four. But IContinue reading “It’s a Love-Hate Thing…”
There was no levee. I only liked the sound of it as a title, while the Led Zeppelin song played in my head. What broke loose was a raincloud of immense capacity, which caused the worst flooding of the Hosensack Creek that I have seen in the nearly two decades I’ve lived here. My neighbor saidContinue reading “Lehigh County – when the levee breaks…”
I went to a show at the Sellersville Theater last night. My very first time there. As it is only thirty-five minutes from my house, I can’t help wondering why I haven’t visited this venue in the past. The place is, as the name suggests, a theater, with theater seats and cabaret-style tables up front by the stage.Continue reading “We Can”
Somehow, in the craziness of trying to accomplish all I’ve set myself this summer, I had forgotten my little pond out front. Not that I’d actually forgotten it’s existence. Fixing or removing the waterfall and making changes to the layout of this small body of water is on my to-do list. I’ve underlined that chore multipleContinue reading “Life’s Little Surprises”
Summer construction camp, for girls. Woohoo! I love doing this kind of work. I wish I’d learned the how-to of it all at a much younger age, though. Great idea!
I share my humble abode with cats and dogs, and this article is spot-on for protecting your beloved fuzzy family from the hazards that can exist for them in your very own backyard (and also protect your backyard from the damage they sometimes perpetrate however, ahem, innocently).