Monday, August 19, 2013


This weekend we (sort of we, mostly he)
had our backyard rock path project on the to-do list

does it seem to you like we always have a stack/pile of


 in this case
1.  rock
2.  inspiration

3.  jawbone

4.  ManBeer

5.  Boundaries

6.  Man we ever love those corners in a rock puzzle? down
300? to go
no wonder that man has a 
man beer and swimtrunks


Anonymous said...

thats going to look amazing, keep that fuel coming for that man, he has a long way to go!

Optimistic Existentialist said...

Looks like the project is coming along amazingly! BTW I found a way to bypass that pesky Blogger rule that only allows you to follow a certain number of blogs (300) so I am finally following your blog now :)

Heather - New House New HOme said...

Your poor hardworking husband. You're a lucky girl!!! it's going to look amazing!

NanaDiana said...

Oh- I can't wait to see the whole thing. It is going to be just wonderful-xo Diana

Karen Albert said...

Oh I adore stone and rock paths; it will be beautiful. Good Man!

Art by Karena

At Rivercrest Cottage said...

Don't know if I love the stone or your comments more. Can't wait to see it all finished.

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

teeheee.....MY MAN is done with my shenanigans and ideas! It's my turn to finish our flagstone path that I got him started on last year; but I go back to school in two weeks, so I need to leave that project for NEXT spring!

Gina, your home, your garden, your PATH are looking so lovely. We share a very similar home style and it's always a thrill to see what you're up to. Thank you dear one for coming to visit. Anita

Marissa said...

The stone pathway looks amazing!!!! Can I borrow your husband for the week-end?

HolleyGarden said...

I can't wait to see it all coming together. You have such great vision. Make sure your man doesn't have too many man beers, or the path may be a bit crooked! (just kidding) ;)

The Magical Christmas Wreath Company said...

The health and safety officer within me is noticing an accident waiting to happen in the second from last picture. The classic rake lying flat on the ground soon to levitate at speed toward to the face needs to be addressed please.