I call it the Crypt, even though it’s not underground. Mr. G, honey made this garden box for my birthday last year. I haven’t had a chance to use it yet. Can’t wait. Try not to let the glare poke you in the eye.
It’s eight feet long, two feet deep, and 2 1/2 feet high. I told him if I go before he does, he can just pitch me and my Kindle in there and plant potatoes. Elen humor. But with the resurgence of coyotes in Burbville, I’m rethinking that. He’s probably more worried about a zombie apocalypse.
Shiver me crypt.
Not looking good.
We’ll never see Kansas again, Toto.
Digging out. Filling up.
That last one was taken yesterday.
I ripped the winter wreath off the front door today.
Ripped. It. Off.
For Creatives Everywhere ~ @ In Flow – Otto von Münchow’s A Path to Creative Life. Otto is a photojournalist and blogger that I follow. He makes beautiful photography, but he also writes thought-provoking posts on creativity. Click on over.
For Writers ~ @ Kristen Lamb’s Blog – Show Me the Money – What’s the Skinny on Author Earnings? Guest post by Jami Gold. “Money seems to be the taboo and we don’t want to talk about it. Too gauche. But most of us would like to be paid for what we do, so time to dig into the uncomfortable stuff…” Really, you should be reading this blog regularly. Click. On. Over.
For Beet Lovers Everywhere ~ @ Canadian Gardening — Charmian Christie’s Sow a Rainbow of Heirloom Beets. I’ll take the candy-striped. No, wait. The Golden. Click. Click. Click.
For Lovers of Small Spaces ~ Just for fun. @ Taxi — Jillian Wong’s A Tiny Manhattan Micro Loft Apartment Transformed… Really. I could live here. Clickety click.
The Feed Finds are always an eclectic mix. I like it that way.
Go forth and prosper on Thursday.
6 thoughts on “I Call it the Crypt and Feed Finds…”
Love your style! We are bracing for torrential downpours any minute – maybe even thunderstorms! Just hope it takes away a bunch of this snow!
Thank you, Maggie! We are waiting, too. Either it’s a wide path, or we are geographically close. Thanks for reading my blog and taking the time to leave a comment.
Thanks for the link to my blog and the nice words, Elen.
It was my pleasure, Otto. You are welcome.
Just wonderful. Cool photos (even cold . . .), and even cooler comments.
I already knew Our Friend Otto–a very cool dude (fittingly, given his Scandinavianity). Thanks for the additional introductions.
Thank you, Daniel. And you’re welcome for the links. Otto is a very cool dude indeed. 🙂
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