Sharing my Lowcountry adventures, one day at a time!
Cute idea! I wonder how they get those rubber duckies to stay put? I love the orange flowers against the silvered wood. I always say that if I were to build a house it would be made from old greyed barnwood and the only flowers I would plant are orange tiger lilies. Guess it would look like that! HugsJane
great capture of you!! and those adorable ducks, what a great, fun idea!!!!
RUBBER DUCKIES!! Oh, my heart---we could make that in a minute, for I think we probably have three dozen or so in the house, popping up on the tub, the counter, in bookcases, down in a boot---my faves are the tiny unicornducks we got for Sweetpea's birthday last year, with their rainbow tails and snubby little horns.The Z door intrigues me---wish you'd gone around to get a side/back view---there seems to be nothing (or everything) hidden behind that mysterious portal. Is there a STAIR back THERE? Or merely AIR?It so reminds me of one year in Vacation Bible School, when we were coloring and drawing pictures with the pre-K class. One little boy drew a sun beaming down on a door set in a field of green grass. Remembering my college psych class, I asked, "Tell me about your door." "It goes inside," he answered.Here's to all magic doors to wherever we choose, and to being INSIDE where it's welcoming and warm.
You are such a cutie pie--standing beside those beautiful palm fronds....Cute idea for the bird bath.... Hugs,Betsy
Iagree tĥe duck pond is cute!
The plant almost took you over!! haha.....I love the ducks, looks like something I would do.