Hurtled to 60 and Now Beyond…into Retirement
A garden must combine the poetic and the mysterious with a feeling of serenity and joy – Luis Barragan
Roll on the lighter evenings.
I don’t know how you feel about awards but I want to nominate you for the Inspiring Blogger award.
This is what you should do:
1.Display the award on your blog
2.link back to the person who nominated you
3.state 7 things about you
4.nominate 15 bloggers and link to their site
5.notify them that they have been nominated and link to the post
Thanks for all your great posts and congratulations !
thank you I am very honoured and will respond accordingly this weekend.
oh boy ronnie!….that bench is fairly crying[not too loudly but softly] for someone to sit with somebody else and enjoy a cup of hot tea and a little ,quiet conversation’
for sure and wordless wednseday would be a little disturbed, eh?…………….terry
Looks like a nice cosy spot to spend an evening, light or otherwise!
That’s nicely placed lighting you have there. I like the way the seat is semi enclosed by the shrub and tree. Do you have a climber behind it in the summer?
now that looks like an inviting seat
Hi Helen. This bench is just outside my kitchen door, that’s where the light is coming from. This patio is the south facing microclimate area and a lovely place to sit on a summer’s evening (I seem to recall!).
Ah yes but its still a very pretty spot even in the dark.
Hi there, yes it is still a pretty spot, thank you.
What a lovely atmospheric picture- I DO just want to go & sit on that seat!
Thank you. Oh for warm evenings and a chilled white wine. More like gloves and a hot drink these days.
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