Thursday, August 12, 2010

Ice cream tasting spoons and progress

 The answer  to last post question... Ice cream tasting  spoons over a hundred years old !!! So------
 I thought I would show some progress pictures of spring  and summer projects .In our spare time we have both been working to add  personal touches to our place to make it  more "home" . This spring I tackled the first phase of the  tiny yard  it is coming along I only lost a few plants . Next up is the small pond with a  fountain.  Cal has to dig the hole. Hopefully this weekend !! I can hardy wait to add fish .Scooty will get a kick out of them!
May 2010


Aug 2010

9 comments:

Are you curious about me? said...

Your courtyard garden is going to be wonderful, perhaps you could make one of your favorite pieces on a much larger scale and have it as a garden sculpture...just an idea..

Jamie said...

How Lovely Julie!!! I think Curious has a fantastic idea:) Hope you are having a wonderful Summer. Love, Jamie

chinamommy said...

Oh, it looks gorgeous!!!
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Judy said...

The courtyard looks so great! What a nice space!

Terri Kahrs said...

Your courtyard is going to be a little treasure, Julie! A fountain . . . what a lovely idea! Love the sound of splashing water - so very Zen! Happy Weekend! Hugs, Terri xoxo

Elizabeth said...

Your litle garden is lovely!! I love having an enclosed secret sort of space. THose rocks are fabulous- I LOVE rocks!!!
The lovely little spoon arrived safe and sound and is on it's way to becoming a necklace focal point!! thaks so much s! You are so sweet!!!

karen said...

Julie,
The PERFECT size back yard!! I can't wait to see the pictures of the completed project. My "Garden of Weedon" is still in sad need of work. I no sooner get it pretty and the season changes and I have to start again!
Hey, off that subject...I was soooo disappointed that you weren't teaching at A&S in Hampton. You will surely be missed.
karen
http://weirdbirdstudio.blogspot.com

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