Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Up The Hill

Hello friends! It is a beautiful day after many grey ones so I thought you may like to take a quick walk up the hill to the shed. Let's see if the dogs want to go.




"Jack, do you want to go for a walk with mom?"



"Do you want to go too, Maggie?"



Some of you may remember that the shed was to have been my shop.  Well that had to be put on hold when Kami became ill.  So now, I am pleased to say, that plan is back on the front burner.



 
Well now, there is one of the resident eagles...undoubtedly hunting for it's babies breakfast.  Thankfully my chickens are in the run and will not be served up.




Look at how high all the grass in the fields are getting.  The landowners will not be able to mow for sometime, it is all too wet...so much runoff from the hillside.




There she is, patiently waiting to be all spruced up.  Pretty curtains, maybe a window box or two.  Fresh coat of white paint inside, there is no electricity in the shed so that will help brighten it up. 

The Mister will be attacking the high grass with the Weed-eater as soon as possible.

It will be exciting to see how pretty she will be, I think maybe, a gem on the side of the hill.

You will all be invited to come along and help out with your usual good advice.

Off we go back down the hill, we must go to town, the chickens are complaining that they are out of Black oiled seed...heaven forbid.

Have a lovely day my friends.   xo   

18 comments:

Dorothy said...

Your little house appears to be in good shape. With paint and a few lady-like details, it will be a very special place!

Vintage Home said...

HI Sherrie ...glad everyone is healthy so you can take time to attack the shed!...like a wee cottage! What will you do for electricity?...Can't wait to see it all freshened up...we will come for a visit!

Vintage Home said...

p.s. kinda invited myself!

Alison said...

So looking forward to seeing what you do with that shed. Looks like there is lots of room for fun projects. Thanks for taking us with you on your little walk.

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

Ok gotta tell ya, Jack does not look too enthusiastic about the walk! But maybe that's just my take on things:@) Have fun sprucing up the shed, I look forward to seeing the pics!

vintage grey said...

What a beautiful walk, and oh, my the shed is divine!! It is going to be beautiful. I can picture what a sweet little getaway/shop on the hill it will be! ;) xo Heather

Lap Dog Knits said...

I love walking with you and the dogs...the shed - an over the top fun project
can't wait to see how it all comes together
the size looks perfect and I love the roof line..so many windows to have fun with..hope we get to walk up there again soon!

Lindsay Jewell said...

That shed is going to be an amazing workspace! I'm excited for you. :)

Michelle said...

I can hardly wait to see what you do with the shed. I know with your creativity anything is possible! Jack is looking as handsome as ever, and Maggie seems to be gimping about quite well. I see that her nails need to be done again. An Auntie's work is never done!

ted and bunny said...

oh Sherri I'm soooooooooo excited about your shedshop!
Shall I send Bruce over to eat all that grass down and save everyone a job?
Thankyou for such a lovely comment on "his" post...you're quite right- tis only mum who's taking him home!!
xx

Leigh said...

Hurray for bringing plans up from the back burner! It's a celebration really, considering why your shop got put on hold in the first place.

Sandra said...

I would be ecstatic if I had a shed like that waiting for me.

Oh my goodness.

Can't wait to see what you do with it :)

Paula said...

I am so excited for you! I can't wait to see what you do with the shed!

Annmarie Pipa said...

a diamond in the rough...

Edward said...

Love the photos especially the first one, I’ll be looking forward to seeing what you get up to with the shed now everyone is well. Have fun.
Regards
Edward

no spring chicken said...

So exciting to see that plans are once again in progress. Praise the Lord that Kami is doing well!

Blessings, Debbie

Beth said...

i could have swore i commented on this post. weird?! can't wait to see what the little barn holds next. fun!! (:

Christine Nees said...

It's going to be beautiful, I can't wait to see it finished!!!
Enjoy the process!
Hugs,
Chris :o)