I love old enamelware. I find pieces of it all the time at my local Goodwill store, usually costing no more than a dollar or two. Monday I planted my collection full of herbs and petunias. I love the old fashioned look this adds to the patio.
Years ago, because we missed not being near any significant body of water, we bought the little fountain on clearance. Turns out, the birds love it too!
Every spring, the Evening Grosbeaks migrate through Ellensburg on their way to their summer breeding grounds. They are quite spectacular to see, and we relish the few weeks these striking, entertaining birds are around. (But my, they are voracious eaters, and go through a ton of bird seed!)
While I’m not sure the male, who landed beside a newly planted petunia, knew what to make of the flamingo, both he and his mate approved of the fountain.
And lastly, I added another flower to my garden of bags-another market bag. The purple barkcloth is even more gorgeous in person than it was in pictures. I’m happy to have sold four other market bags already. I feel like I may have found my bag calling-to provide a pretty and practical plastic bag alternative.
Have a great rest of the week, all of you!