Trying my hand at many types of crafty techniques. I enjoy altering, stamping, coloring, etching, and even some metal stamping from time to time..... Darla G
Oh my goodness, this is just beautiful. Looks like a lot of hard work. I am looking forward to more pictures of it.
I know this is my second comment, but my dad showed me a beautiful flower that hummingbirds love and it comes back every year. It is called lantana. I am not sure of my spelling. You might want to look it up.
the great wall of bricks, what a good guy! it will be fun to pick the plants that will go in that area.
Oh Darla, what a nice addition to under your tree. That is going to take a lot of dirt to fill up but it will surely be fun to pick the plants and watch them grow. Meems @Hoe&Shovel
Darla, is the new grill a bribe? :) Poor guy looks llike he earned it though. The wall looks great. A new bed-what fun!
That was lots of work. It will be just beautiful. I know what you mean about funnie, the food was bland to.Patsy
Thanks guys. I can't wait to start on it. I have Lantana Valerie, it comes in alot of colors, thanks for thinking of me though. No the grill wasn't a bribe, good idea though. Then we dropped the dang grill on my big toe!! I'm fine now.
Wow! That's alot of work but what a super shade garden you will have! I have several shade favorites. Ferns,hosta and bleeding heart are a few. Can't wait to see what you do with it! Jean
Wow that looks great Darla! I can't wait to see all the wonderful shade lovers you are going to plant in this great addition to your garden. Hubby did a great job! :)
What a great job your hubby did today. He sure looks worn out. Thank you for your nice comments you left on our blog and on Dads blog. Also Thank you for the "i love Your Blog" award.
Great-looking wall. Love it. Sorry you guys dropped the grill on your toe--that had to hurt! You will enjoy grilling out and looking at your lovely flowers in the flower bed and that will be great!
Wow - it looks so nice. I can't wait to see what you plant in it!
Darla: My, that is a lot of work with those big bricks.
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Thanks for stopping by! Glad you got to see the soybeans in the photos....the fields are everywhere around here, as well as cotton, corn and peanuts!
Gosh that is a lot of work. The end will probably be worth the effort though.We had the tail end of Hurricane Ike here all day. I lost my cherry tree and a lot of limbs. The neighbors lost three trees and they fell on a power line and that weight broke the power pole. Not a good day here in SW Ohio.Mine are on Canon Pixels
Looks great! My back is hurting thinking about all the work that went into this!
Good work. Beautiful effect.
Thanks for the kind words on my photos. I've enjoyed looking at your blog very much!
Very nicely laid. Looks very nice, indeed.Paz
I'd say he deserves a special meal or something. Great job!
Wow, that looks great! Laying bricks is no joke. I did my patio all by myself with 12" bricks. I'm feeling his tiredness in that pic. :-)
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