Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Staying busy helps...

As part of my plan to stay busy the potting shed is in the process of being built.

Along with the potting shed project I also want to paint my bedroom, the living room at some point (really big job) and a few other rooms.

I love all these photos.

But let's face it, they are a step beyond a simple potting shed aren't they?

But they are so lovely.

I want one of each!


As I said, I am trying very hard to stay as occupied as possible, both physically and mentally. I also want to thank you all for your sweet and thoughtful comments. I LOVE the bloggy world. I know many of you know exactly how I feel.
One day at a time...
all photos :: Shed Chic







14 comments:

Cathy said...

Not a lot of potting going on in many of these sheds! They are all fabulous though - I'd be happy with any of these beauties. It sounds like you have plenty of projects on the go to take your mind off things - I hope they help a little, and you're soon feeling brighter.
XXX

Vee said...

"Staying busy helps" and thus it has ever been. You'll be so busy if you start painting rooms! It's one of my least favorite things to do...painting...so I wish you well!

Delightful images you've shared with us today. I never thought I'd want a bed in a potting shed, but that one looks terrific. ;>

Michelle said...

oooh I love all of those images and would like one of each in my garden :O) Alas the Irish weather isn't really suitable for such a thing so they shall remain in my dreams for now :o) Hope you feel better soon xx

MARY PERNULA said...

These potting sheds are just darling, not a lot of potting plants. I have a green house that looks more like a doll house, but what matters is it is my doll house. I know how you feel about the painting thing, I have numerous rooms that I want to just dig into......it will get done eventually................HUGS MARY

Debbie said...

THOSE IMAGES ARE TO DIE FOR...
I WILL HAVE ONE OF EACH TOO, THANK YOU!
BY THE WAY... I LOVE YOUR BLOG!

DEBBIE MOSS

Susan said...

Hopefully by the end of the weekend, weather permitting, I shall really have a Potting shed. I'm setting up my own ceramics business and my wheel and bench for making pots will be in the shed.

A coat of paint does not take long and it really transforms a room, or the inside of my shed, it looks great with white walls and soft green window frames and doors.

Happy painting.

marian said...

Oh yeah! I would certainly love one of each too! And you're already a step further than I am: The process of building! I'm still at the stage of dreaming of and wishing for a potting shed.
Love the pictures!
Bye,
Marian

Elyse said...

swooning over each 'n every photo!

xo
elyse

BLONDEDESIGN said...

Hugs and yes I would love one of those potting sheds.Kx

Scented Sweetpeas said...

Love that first shed! Sorry to hear you are feeling a bit lost (on your last post) - it must be really hard to adapt, I know I would feel the same. Take care.

a mermaids purse said...

wowza lovely blog!
those photos are a real inspiration!
i love that alfresco style!...what a dream land of images!...x kazzy x

Firefly said...

You always post the most beautiful photos! Love them all.
And so glad to hear all your projects are helping you through. One of my aunts used to often say that 'one should always have a project'. Good for our morale, I think.
Blessings,
G

bellaboo said...

Love all those gorgeous images.I'm hoping Mr Boo will get on with repairing our summer house roof before the Winter sets in.Just catching up with your blog..and hope you are feeling brighter and looking forward to getting on with your plans.Autumn always makes me want to start on new projects in the house. :o)

The Patchwork Heart said...

A girl can dream ..... :)
Heather x