In the Garden





{yellow squash}




Four years ago, Ron and the boy built a lovely little raised bed garden.  Partly in hopes that the boy would eat a larger variety of veggies if he grew them himself (didn't work) and partly because we wanted our own fresh veggies (especially tomatoes and herbs).  That first year, we had so many beautiful tomatoes! The second and third year, we had terrible luck with everything.  If critters didn't eat our few measly veggies, a disease common to areas near the sea ruined them (or so the nursery told us). This year, our lovely garden is doing beautifully.  Granted, it's just in the beginning stages, but things are looking hopeful. Let's hope I didn't jinx it...

On the Fringe front, I feel like my creativity is sort of paralleling our little garden.  The ideas are growing and designs are blooming.  It's been marvelous!  I have a very large number of items to photograph and add to the shop.  I haven't decided if I'll just add one at a time, or do one large shop update.  I will make my decision this weekend.  I'll keep you posted...

One of the many new items I will be adding to the shop is Feather Flurry 3.  Three feather lariats sold as a set for endless styling possibilities.  I will definitely write more about these sets in the coming days, dear hearts.  Many color stories are in the line-up.  Including this set of rich moss green, spring-like celery green and deep teal.

{Currently my favorite way to wear the Feather Flurry 3 Set}

I hope you have a wonderful weekend filled with whatever you want, darling dears.  Do you have any plans that you wish to share with me?  I'd love to hear what your plans are.

As for us, the weekend is quickly filling up.  For one thing, my little nephew is having a party for his 5th birthday this weekend.  I remember the day he was born like it was yesterday. Sigh.

I was looking forward to some relaxation and reflection this weekend.  At least one long walk with my camera.  I am determined to make some time for it.  Wish me luck!

Much love...xo



anca gray said...

beautiful garden! lovely new work! feathery flurry is quite the perfect name.

Ivy Lane said...

your garden looks to be thriving quite nicely! The weekend went to, outdoor time, some fun.. Today..I have some time off..hoping the rain stays away long enough for me to get some weeding done!

Happy Monday!

hometown girl said...

hello d! i hope you are well! things are good with us, just busy, running most nights to watch something! xo suz

Dennice {Fringe} said...

anca ~ thank you so much, dear heart! i hope the critters don't find our little garden this year...fingers and toes crossed that we'll have a harvest!


Dennice {Fringe} said...

ivy lane ~ hello, you lovely lady! did you get what you wished for last weekend? i truly hope so. one nice thing about the rain, it softens the ground for easier weeding. thank you for visiting me!


Dennice {Fringe} said...

suz, sweet friend ~ it's so wonderful to see you here! all's well here. i can't believe the school year is almost over. where does the time go? glad to hear all is well in your neck of the woods too, dearest.


jorjiapeach said...

happy harvest.