Blurring the Lines

At our house we like to blur the lines between inside and outside as much as possible. No we don’t have terra ferma for floors … yet. Did I just say that. Let’s just keep that between us. Mr. G need not know.

Today is one of those rare days in Indiana where it is sunny and even though it is 34 degrees, to me it feels like 70 and I just have to be outside! So, I spent the day “decorating” outside. Through the long winter months I love to look outside my window and see pretty things!

I’ve been on a scavenger hunt today to find things in the garden to add to the vignettes we will enjoy out our windows through the long Indiana winter…

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Treat for the hard-working gardener. ; )

Treat for the hard-working gardener. ; )

About Teresa / TheGardenDiary.com

I know that to everything there is a season, but I’m a gardener and I start counting the days until spring the day after Christmas. Gardeners are in good company ... Genesis 2:8. I love roses and get completely giddy when it is time for my historical roses to bloom in early June. I live and grow in Zone 5b where I take care of my 175+ roses and their companions. I also co host Rose Chat Radio. Check us out @ rosechatradio.com. Follow my garden experiences @ http://thegardendiary.com.
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10 Responses to Blurring the Lines

  1. I LOVE THIS POST! Magical and fun! I too was inspired to style Allen’s wreath for the competition and will post soon. In the meantime I want to come hunker down with you in January, drink hot tea by the fire, and gaze out into your fabulous landscape. xo

  2. elenawill says:

    You did a great job! I am inspired. I need to get some creativity going!

  3. What a lovely post, Teresa! Simple beauty – and I love that window box!

  4. Lacey says:

    Window box looks so pretty! Who is that DARLING baby on your magnet board … ADORABLE!!!

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