Tuesday, August 17, 2010

The Squirrel King.

Remember THIS post?
That area was still not working for me at all

I pulled the plug on the pondlette thingee and moved the plants to the pond and the stock tanks. 

Hmmm...now what to do? What to do? 

I had been thinking that I wanted to paint a silhouette there...maybe the Buddha? 

But now the Buddha didn't seem quite right. What to do?
Sometimes I just have to hem and haw and play on the computer and be open to whatever. 

I just love this process...knowing that I want something, but not being sure what. 

Then I see a part of that something, and it sets me off in the right direction. 

I got wind in my sails, and before I knew it, I figured it out! 

A few clip art pieces hacked together and... YES...

Oh, I love it
It's my new favorite thing ever

 I'm going to fill in that spot with Aquilegia Canadensis - sweet, sweet Columbine. 

This spot is quite shady and I think it will be perfectly suited for some. 

Fairy tales are always full of Columbine, you know. 

 This project has my creative juices flowing...who knows what will come next? 

Maybe I'll turn this whole area into a fairy tale garden!

The End.


  1. A fairy tale garden for a fairy tale house. Perfect!

  2. Anyone associated with you and your family is bound to live happily-ever-after.
    This is just the bestest thing I have seen in a long time. Thank you for sharing with us.

  3. Okay, I gotta learn how to do this. This is simply precious. Oh, on your theme, I saw a garden one time where they'd made an Alice in Wonderland teapot fountain. Hmmm.

  4. oh, goodness...this is just fantastic!!! wow...the fantasy garden....i just love your idea!!

  5. Dude. So completely bad ass. The end.

  6. What Maureen said.

  7. Love it! Your home and yard are becoming such a treasure of fun and creativity.


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