What Benches Were Made For Jul24 by melodylowes Taking a load off Weary feet and weed-stained hands Learning how to rest Share this:FacebookEmailPinterestTwitterLinkedInTumblrLike this:Like Loading... Related
Oh Mel, I love this bench about as much as I love the sundials–by the way, where are they this season?? And I like the poem too!
I’ve been snapping the sundial and haven’t found one that is unique enough to post so far. I have a lo of benches, though… 🙂
Okay, I’ll take benches!!!
Thanks! I’m workin’ on it. The sundial, I mean…
Is there room for me there too?
I’ll shove over… 🙂
Oh yes, Amen to that.
🙂 Time for a sit-down, is it?
Definitely, so I don’t know why I am still standing. Lack of a convenient bench?
I don’t have much time for gardening but I find it so relaxing. I would also love a bench like that it just screams sit on me
I love benches in a garden! I have a little terrace where I sit on a bench and dream and read and enjoy my garden. 🙂
I have to keep learning how to rest. Thanks, Melody, for sharing your bench with us! 🙂
Isn’t it something how we need to learn to rest? It’s actually a skill few of us learn to balance properly, I think. Today is read a book in the garden day – I am so looking forward to it! I read an article that said when designing a flower bed to make sure you put in a bench or all you’ll do is go out there to work – very good advice that I have taken pretty seriously – I have quite the collection of benches… 😉