Wednesday, May 16, 2012

buckets and boots...

today was gardening day at The Junk Posse. 

with tons of old buckets left behind in the antique store, i loaded them up with poseys.  then when i had several left i started looking for different things to plant in.  that's when i remembered a bushel basket full of old miner's boots.  they are all unique, but i really liked this pair with the turned up toes.  ouch, i hate to think about the poor guy who had to wear them.  they've obviously been very wet from being in the damp underground mining environment in the past.  i got so carried away, i planted one for all the retail business owners in victor.  so look for the red petunia boots in the business windows of victor and stop in and say hi!

these buckets were planted a couple weeks ago, but got left outside during a may snow storm.  they seem to be coming back fine and hopefully will be blooming again before our first hotel guests arrive for summer vacations.

Matthew 6: 28 "Observe how the lilies of the field grow; they do not toil nor do they spin."  I want to be more like a lily.  I toil, I spin...quite regularly. 

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