Friday, March 23, 2007

Our Barn and my Forsythia bush







Here you see my forsythia bush that survived the ice storm and my Iris that are coming up. The forsythia are beautiful this year, and tells us that Spring has arrived. The other photo's are of our new barn, that was built by the Mennonites and delivered to us this past week. It is 10' x 16'. A perfect place for storage and my DH tools, since we no longer have the building in town.

12 comments:

Solstitches said...

Hi Barbara,
It must be so pleasant to see Spring flowers after the hard Winter you just endured.
I love the barn!
Hugs,
Margaret

Nancy said...

Hi Barbara,

Thanks for sharing a picture of your Forsythia. That's one of my favorites, and we have only one small bush in our yard. Your new barn is beautiful! Enjoy.

Nancy

Renee said...

How much I do love this barn! How I would enjoy it in our own garden because of its particular style! Thank you for allowing me to look at it on photos at least!
I come again for a short visiting to you after a much enjoyed 4 days stay in London (GB)as a single girl. I bring back many interesting discoveries about cross stitch and embroidery which were the aim of the trip. For instance I spent 1 day in the Victoria and Albert museum, taking more than 1 hundred photos in the area dedicated to people doing searches on that topic. It wonderful to be allowed to take every piece (framed under glass), to put it on a special stand and to watch at it carefully, to take notes photos. I use these information for my own designs as I don't use many already made designs.
I wish you a very good week.

Heidi said...

This barn is a work of art Barbara! You will enjoy looking out and seeing it. I am glad your move from the office will be behind you very soon and you can start to relax and enjoy the spring.

By the way, our Forsythia is also getting ready to bloom. Isn't it such a cheerful bush to have in your garden?!

Lizzy said...

Your Forsythia is lovely, Barbara! Such a beautiful hearald to Spring! And I love your new Barn! :-)

I enjoyed wandering around your blog... your stitching is lovely!

Renee said...

I wish you a blessed Good friday, dear Barbara.

Renee said...

Hi Barbara! What is happenning sine March 23? A whole month without news! I miss you. I heartfully wish that everything is allright with you. I wish you a blessed Sunday.

Renee said...

What is happening with you, dear Barbara? I do wish that there are no bad news. I'm eager to read you again. May God keep you and help you. Love from France.

Renee said...

Now I'm very anxious for you, as you didn't announce that you stopped your blog. Yetyou're silent. There must be a very serious reason. What else can I do than praying for you? Love from France.

Renee said...

You're not forgotten Barbara! even if the season has been over for a long time! God help you and keep you.

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