Here is our current potting shed. I had all kinds of plans for it, but
then David bought a riding lawn mower and now wants a new
bigger shed to store the riding and other mowers, weed eaters etc.
We have looked at bigger sheds that might accommodate both a
shabby chic potting shed for me and lawn equipment space for
David. of course in our discussions of how much room each of us
want, battle lines are being drawn.
I have come up with a solution that may please us both. Well,
it would certainly please me.
Two separate sheds! This would be my ideal because what
I long for (and have longed for many years now) is a cute tiny
cottage complete with a little porch, dutch door and little windows
with flower boxes. A grown up girl's playhouse. Y'all know
how we big girls are!
Is this not enchanting??? I just know magic would be created in a spot
like this. Look at the sweet stepping stones leading to the cottage and
the required Dutch door. Is that a thatched roof do you think? And look
at the greenhouse ~ it looks like wicker. I am head over heels in love!!!
Now just look at the smile on this woman's face. Of course she is happy.
She has the cutest little space for creative design. I am taking notes. Let's see
on the must have list:
This is the equivalent to the man cave. What should we call it?
If men need their space then we do too! Okay girls, I am
counting on you to come up with a good name for our space.
This is Mary's special spot.
Of course my potting shed will have baskets hanging from the rafters
because I am a self confessed basketaholic. When the movers were
packing us up to move to Texas they kept asking me
"How many baskets DO you have"?
If you didn't know before, now I have said it ~ I have a little problem,
but I am making absolutely no effort to cure it! Tee hee :-)
The library lover in me is crazy for this old card catalog. What a
clever use for it! Just imagine storing seed packets in this beauty.
I am on the hunt now!
So there you have it. This is my dream. I am wishing y'all happy
dreams for this New Year and my hope that all of your dreams
Big Texas Hugs,
Susan and Bentley