April 16, 2016

Almost .....

complete! .... the shed I mean.  Hello my Lovelies.  My apologies for not being around to visit your wonderful blogs.  I've been rather ill and even blogging seems to be an effort.  Hope all is well with you.

The shed is almost complete.  






Just feast your eyes on all those beautiful shelves.  What a gift to have all this space so conveniently close to me!  Can't wait to have it organized.

Thanks for dropping by.  I'll try and get around for a visit soon.  Enjoy the moment.  

“When you find yourself in the thickness of pursuing a goal or dream, stop only to rest. Momentum builds success.”
~ Suzy Kassem, Rise Up and Salute the Sun: The Writings of Suzy Kassem

13 comments:

  1. Hope you are feeling better and so you get to fill those shelves soon. They look wonderful! :)

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  2. Your shed is wonderful, what a treasure, as is your trusty Ray! I think my whoe flat would fit in there. Enjoy filling it, take care, BIG hugs, Valerie

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  3. Sorry to hear you aren't well and hope you will soon feel much better.

    Love all the shelves in the wonderful .roomy shed. I am sure they will soon be full.

    Love Chrissie xx

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  4. Glad your starting to feel better. ...and that's not a shed...it's a bungalow lol XXX

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  5. What a fabulous shed and huge amount of shelving - very intriguing!
    Hope you are feeling much better now Donna too... Gill xx

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  6. The shelving is outstanding- I'm sure you can't wait to get your supplies out and organized there. Feel better soon! It looks as if the weather is cooperating with Ray's outdoor work.

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  7. A fantasic shed Donna!!! Hope you feel completely fit soon!

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  8. I love seeing the green grass and the summer chairs. I hope you get to sit in the sunshine lots. I covet those shelves - never enough space for books, books, books. Take good care of yourself my dear.

    Hugs, Edye

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  9. Isn't he a darling soul? Please feel better soon, My Dear, take care of yourself. Sending prayers.

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  10. I have been so worried about you. Sorry to hear you have been so ill. Hope you get well soon so that you can fill that wonderful shed with all your goodies. Prayers and good thoughts are coming your way. Hugs.

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  11. Dear Donna, hope this week is a better one for you? I am envious of those shelves for storage. I bet I could fill them up if only they were here. Ray is doing a very professional job, insulating the shed and all. Take care, rest and read a good book. I have a suggestion "the Girl Who Wrote in Silk" by Kelli Estes. It is written about times in the1920-30s around Seattle and the SanJuan Islands, Orca Island in Particular. I think you would enjoy it. I read it online via Amazon and Kindle.

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  12. I missed you, Donna. I'm so happy to see you back up online and hope that you will feel better and more energized with every passing day.

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  13. I know I have not been around lately Donna. Ray is so cute - doesn't he have the most wonderful smile! I know you will be glad to get some of your art goodies stored on those wonderful shelves.
    will be back in touch!
    Sandy xx

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