Tuesday, August 25, 2009

WHITE WEDNESDAY


I love the feel of the garden being brought inside my home. I love this chippy child's cast iron chair next to the bird bath that I had my husband bring in from my garden. He was so reluctant, but later admitted that he was pleased with how the area looked. As I was taking pictures for this post I looked out my front yard, only to see that the geese from my pond had escaped and were in my front yard eating my overgrown grass! We call them Frick and Frack. At one time we had five, but the coyotes...well you know...It's not uncommon to see them tagging behind my golden retriever, in hopes that she will drop her morning treat for them. I hope you all have a great White Wednesday...I'm off to look at all the inspiring pictures...then off for a good rest...I'm rather pooped after this last show...thank you so much for coming by, I really do appreciate it!


















18 comments:

Barb said...

Beautiful pictures

love that chair with the birds, and nest.

blessings,

Barbara jean

Garden Antqs Vintage said...

I love how pretty the bird bath looks with the column and chair. Great choice to bring them in! Happy Wednesday, T

The Green Pea said...

I love the white brick floor nest to the natural farm table. Hope you get some good needed rest. Sandi

~La Rustique Market~ said...

I love that you brought the garden indoors...you can enjoy it despite the hot weather. ~Lisa

common ground said...

Beautiful grouping. I just love that old chippy garden chair! Ohh, and that piano painted white is gorgeous! Rest up and have a great week!
Debra

Nice and Easy Antiques said...

Husbands should listen more often... LOL!! Looks fabulous!!!

C'est Moi, Julie Marie said...

How lovely... the cast iron childs chair is precious...

time-worn interiors said...

Love the picture with the bird bath!
TOT

Cindy said...

Beautiful, your lucky to have such lovely treasures.


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Miss Gracie's House said...

I love the chair, bird bath and piano...I think it's a great combo!
Rene'

Faded Charm said...

Really love the first pic. I'm always drawn to garden items in the house. Thanks for your lovely comments and so glad you are loving the "White Wednesday" theme. I'm thrilled at how well it seems to be catching on. Can't wait to see what you have for next week.

Take care,

Kathleen

Mary said...

That is a darling chair, and one of my favorite looks, both inside and out. Love your geese, and their names are too funny! Your pictures are great...looks like you have a wonderful yard that would be nice to lounge in. See you next week!

Mary

Rebecca said...

Hi Gale
Thanks so much for dropping by and leaving such a nice comment
I love your birdbath area, and everything you have there. The cast iron pot holder and paperweight look great.
Sorry about your geese, we had a couple of guinny pigs living under my potting shed for the summer and a coyote got one of them.
Have a good rest
Blessings
Rebecca

June said...

Gale, your blog is so inspiring. I love coming here to see what beauty you are offering up. I'm always so happy I did.
Thank you for your kind words and for coming by.
Hugs,
June

Myrna said...

I love it when our husbands are so accomidating to our decorating ideas!
Love the birdbath in the house!!

trash talk said...

Gale,
You got a keeper in the husband. To not only bring the birdbath in for you, but then to say it looked good...WOW! That's one smart cookie. He's absolutely right...it looks fantastic!
Debbie

The Faded Cottage said...

Gale,
I just love the vignette you created, it is fabulous. Love the cast iron chippy paint chair with the bird bath in the background and with the column that adds height to the space, marvelous. Cute, cute picture of the geese enjoying their freedom in the yard. Are yous till joinging me for chippy paint Fridays, just let me know and I'll add your link to my post. Sweets to you, Janice

Jenny said...

I love your beautiful pictures and I agree that the white bricks and farm table are a great combination. It's all wonderful-thanks for sharing your ideas-very inspirational to bring the outdoors in!