Couch along wall, red chair on other side of fireplace (not shown).
Moved the couch in front of the window and chairs on either side of the fireplace.
Then we decided to move the woodpile that has been in the backyard since we bought the place. It wasn't in a good place and since Bruce had started a new pile over by the shop, he just loaded it up one loader full at a time and dumped it over by the new pile.
After it was all stacked up, we have a nice big woodpile:
The hay rake is a new addition. Now all we need is a baler!
I took a large candle lantern and turned it into a terrarium/gnome garden.
It stays moist enough to survive even though I'm not there all the time to tend to it. I want to add a few more accessories to make my gnome a pretty home. :o)
I also finished painting the other bench. It is sitting on the back porch for now but eventually I want it up next to the art studio.
And our three blueberry bushes have quite a few berries on them, growing good and getting bigger. We should be able to pick them in June!
I also redid my dining room wall. I found the tin cafe sign in Canton last month and wanted to put it in the middle of all the plaques and pictures. Plus, I wanted my coffee pictures on that wall, too, where they could be easily seen.
More of my finds at Canton include these flip flops - Yellow Box shoes. Everyone has been telling me how comfortable they are and boy are they right! I love these!
And my best find besides the buffet for the bathroom is this little tractor. When we were in Virginia last Fall, I found one for around $200. A perfectly rusty pedal tractor. We just can't find them that cheap here. I was sad I had no easy way to get it home and told Bruce how much I wanted one. Told him they were around $400 here. So imagine my joy at finding this one for $80! It needs a seat (found the perfect solution which I'll share soon) and it's missing its pedals but I managed to talk the lady down to $60. Whoop!! As I merely wanted it for decoration, those are not biggies. I'm very pleased and happy with it. Isn't it cute?
Lastly, we moved my fountain up here and placed it in the front flowerbed. We just need to get the pump hooked up and running. Love how it makes the bed look more civilized. ha. The whole look of it will change as the plants grow and take over.
I think that's it for now. If you've stuck around this long, thanks for reading. I hope you enjoyed all the pictures and getting caught up on all the happenings here at Heartwood. See you soon!