My favourite place

 

A nice shady area to "sit a while and let the joy of life catch up with you"I’m sure you can guess where my favourite place is. That’s right, in the garden, maybe in the front garden sitting on this bench and joined by Jack’s quirky blues band.

The garden 079_4000x3000Or I will sit in the back garden sharing the space with Buddha. chairs-2_5184x3888Whether weeding, digging, planting or just sitting it is a haven of peace and tranquillity and at the end of the day there is nowhere else I would rather be.

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31 comments

  1. I like the rustic look. We live in a cottage near a river in a small village it would suit it well. Last year I bought some wild snow drops daffodils and bluebells from an online nursery and planted them in our lawn. The snowdrops were lovely and the daffs. We should be seeing our bluebells in a few weeks. I look forward to seeing more pics of your garden.

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    • I do blog quite often about my garden. Thank you for the follow on Gypsylife. I now no longer use that blog and I have this one retiredfromgypsylife.wordpress.com I’m more a stay at home person now….

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    • When we were in drought for 10 years broms became very popular. I found them really good in the garden when we went travelling. Seems nothing can kill them so they just looked after themselves and multiplied that’s why I have so many of them

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