Wayzata, Minnesota

Thursday, March 31, 2016

Rebuilding - Good Fences

Once upon a time there was a sturdy fence,
but not all good fences live a long fencing life.
They move on to other things.

Some fences aren't as pretty as others
but they serve a worthy purpose. 

On the life of a fence, serving is never ending.

Often those fine serving fences become


and artful picture pieces!

How incredibly constructive to discover a fun wooden-build-your-own wooden fence or whatever waiting just for you!

It's true very often many fences get lost in the background.

But a fence that becomes a chair in a city park lives on to show off!

"Everything vanishes around me, 
and works are born as if out of the void. 
Ripe graphic fruits fall off. 
My hand has become
 the obedient instrument of a remote will." 
Paul Klee

So explains the life of many a good fences, wouldn't you agree?

My hubby has a pile of sturdy wood fencing his sister begged him to take down.  She wanted a clear view without fencing.  So now it sits here in a heap waiting to be something.  Hopefully, I'll be able to share it here (someday) in a new life form! We'll see.


eileeninmd said...

Hello Karen, wonderful series of fence photos. But, your grandchildren are the real stars. They are all so cute!
Great quote! Happy Thursday, enjoy your day!

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Those big chairs for the little people are great!

TexWisGirl said...

oh, it's time to be creative! i have no doubt you'll do so!

Anonymous said...

You, my friend, taken creativity to a whole different level! I love those chairs! Cool post. You never disappoint.
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Breathtaking said...

Hello Karen1:) Such cute photos of your grandchildren having fun. That huge chair is fun too, and those smooth tree trunks and branches
were a fantastic find,..what a fabulous fence they would make. Great fence post Karen.

Rose said...

Oh, I love the build your own shot...what you said about fences is so true.

Cloudia said...

Always a romp with you dear!

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RedPat said...

We could all be kids again in that chair!

Jeanie said...

Beautifully clever -- and I love the chairs!

Christine said...

Functional & fun fencing! I love that big chair!

Elephant's Child said...

Looking forward to seeing the fence wood's next incarnation.

Ida said...

That was delightful. How fun to see the chair made from an old fence and also the "art piece"

sage said...

Don't fence me in! :)

Tanya Breese said...

such a cute post and photos! who knew there were so many lives for fences?!

Debbie said...

catching up with you, i have fallen behind!!! adorable children!!!!