Friday, April 15, 2011

Play Day




The Shed...

"In the potting shed, our hearts, the pleasures of home, and the glories of the garden merge. Its practical character eases our garden labors. Its romantic nature enriches our lives. Here is peace, and beauty, and a sense of purpose."

~Linda Joan Smith : The Potting Shed

16 comments:

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Hi Jo, Love your potting shed. It just looks like a tiny little cabin in the woods!!!! You are so fortunate to have it... ENJOY.

Hugs,
Betsy

Doc said...

Love the shed, have a great weekend.

Ginny said...

Your potting shed is so nice. I bet you get plenty of pleasure from it!

Country Gal said...

I love your potting shed. I am going to clean mine out and re-organize mine soon. Wonderful photos. Have a great day !

Star said...

There is just something special about a shed isn't there! My dad used to love his shed and spent many hours in it, pottering about. He had lots of little jars and jampots in there with special things inside, like screws, nuts and bolts, seeds etc. People didn't have a garage attached to their house in those days so the shed was very important, not for a car, but for all the other things that one wants to keep.
Your potting shed looks wonderful.

Mama-Bug said...

Your potting shed is adorable! It looks like a fun place to do some gardening chores. Hope you have a great weekend! How's the knee coming along. Hugs!!!

Betsy said...

I think I need a shed like that!

John Gray said...

I love the little shovel on the wall.....done that myself here!

Roxie said...

lovely! And I don't even DO pot.

Mary Lou said...

Could I vacation in your shed? I love it!

黄清华 Wong Ching Wah said...

I like the greens very much.
Happy Easter weekend.

~Kim at Golden Pines~ said...

Your potting shed is filled with such treasures and such inspiration!

Barbara Anne said...

I wish our potting shed looked like that. How charming and inviting!

Hugs!

Sandra said...

you have the most magnificent potting shed ever seen by my old eyes. have fun playing

Kimberly said...

goodness! how have i missed this beautius place? must put on my kettle and settle in for a nice long visit.

Snapper II said...

My favorite is the Bird Houses.
I love your poem "The Shed"