Wayzata, Minnesota

Thursday, September 8, 2016

TP- and Good Fences

Carmi has chosen
for our theme this week.

Disposable things make bringing your lunch 
quite delicious.

Easy come, easy go.
Married one day
and carried away
the next.
Or are these lovely bride and groom
 still holding hands in Alabama?
I'll soon find out.

"We live in a world of many disposable things
but you are not one of them.
You are irreplaceable
one of a kind
and there will never be another you.
You are not disposable
and don't let anyone tell you differently."
Rae Smith

"Everything should be made as simple as possible
but not simpler."
Albert Einstein

Disposable items for a picnic are incredibly helpful, right?

Meet my disposable greenhouse #
It's been replaced.
With a much bigger one, complete with windows too.

Moving on to

Rustic birdhouse on a fence post!

We took a stroll along an avenue in Linden Hills,
and this particular place is one I dreamed of owning years ago.

I just worked a block away from here, 
and I imagined how sweet the walk would be.

The recent owners really made some changes
 and the house doesn't look anything like it used to.

But their wood carvings are a beautiful touch.

It used to have a wide opened porch, and now, well it's totally enclosed.

There used to be a white picket fence too.

Funny how some houses will speak to you.

"The home 
should be
the treasure chest 
of living."
Le Corbusier


Elephant's Child said...

Love that Rae Smith quote. And need to remember it. Some days I feel imminently disposable/dispensible.
Thank you.

TexWisGirl said...

i love their sweet fence and touches.

sage said...

Too many things are seen as disposable. Hopefully we can learn to cherish once again.

eileeninmd said...

Hello, always nice to see your cute grands. The fence and carvings are great. I love the Rae Smith Quote.

Happy Friday, enjoy your weekend!

Christine said...

I enjoyed the stroll along the pretty fence!

Martin Hodges said...

Some thought provoking quotes as ever, Karen.

Bob Scotney said...

I think we shall have to give a disposable greenhouse a go.

Rustic carvings set off the fens very well.

Debbie said...

i would love to have a greenhouse, do you grow much over winter?? i would really enjoy having homegrown produce year round!!!

i like a decorated fence!!!

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

Those are some weird scare crows. Reminds me of that movie Lars and the Real Girl.

RedPat said...

That is a fence with character, Karen! I have houses that speak to me when I go by too.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Easy come easy goes does seem to be today's mantra Karen, such a shame because things made years ago were made to last!

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Wooden birds on the fence are a very nice touch.

Cloudia said...

Thanks for sharing Karen

Gilly said...

All picnic things should be disposable - food into tummies, gear into recycling!

Ida said...

That was a charming little fence with the birdhouse and little bird figures.

I'm glad humans aren't "disposable."