Friday, June 23, 2017
I have one set of coneflowers blooming right now. This one had been in the front flower garden and I dug it up and moved it to the back of the house. The root structure of the plant held together well so it did't effect it at all as it was in midbloom when I dug it. I have white ones blooming in the front yard now too.
My mom bought the piece for six dollars at an auction and it had been my piece on the farm. I had stripped the dark varnish off of it when I was 16 years old.
Moving the three parts to the new place was successful but two brace pieces of wood were not found by me.
So yesterday afternoon, I removed my plywood pieces and restored the original parts of the piece to support the weight of the mirror and bracket.
I had a close up view of the pulls and lock covers, all made in brass, but the shot was blurry. The pulls were made with a sturdy design so all of them are there and all the keyhole covers are there too.
My hardy geranium of old looks just like this new one. I guess I can't stop buying them. I placed the geraniums among the tomatoes, herbs and marigolds. I didn't have to water anything this morning.
Thanks for stopping by this Friday. I wish everyone to have a good weekend.