|A BEE SKEP AND A BARN WOOD BENCH|
|A BEAUTIFUL WHITE CREPE MYRTLE. . .WITH BEES. . .FOR SHADE|
|COUNTRY GOURD BIRDHOUSES|
|BEAUTIFUL VIEW FROM INSIDE|
I have such a fondness for the antique garden house. . .Built of cypress barn wood, it was once the chicken house. . .When we moved to the farm, the poor little building was about to fall down. . .There wasn't much left. . .John 'transplanted' it and put it back together with parts and pieces found around the barn. . .Since then, I've called it the garden house. . .but. . .it was far removed from our garden. . .although, after about five or six big dust storms this year, I could have planted a garden inside of it!
The day came to clear it out and clean it up. . .and to give it a new purpose in life. . .a SHE SHED !!!!
When I was growing up I had a PLAYHOUSE much like this one. . .Daddy built me a little table and chairs. . I had an old cast-off metal bed that served as a sofa. . .and I prominently displayed a NO BOYS ALLOWED sign on the front. (I had all boy cousins.)
It was my private place. . .where I could go and dream dreams. . .write my stories. . .read my books. . .and maybe nap on a hot summer's day. . .
So. . .the question I have to ask YOU is. . .
What's the difference in a SHE SHED and a PLAYHOUSE?
'ONLY THE AGE OF THE OWNER'. . .(wink)
You'll have to 'stay tuned' for the reveal. . .coming later. . .
. . .from my She Shed to yours. . .