But watch out for the leprechauns, I hear they can be quite nasty when provoked!
Take Crabby's words to heart. Cool photo. I always wondered where the rainbow ended.
OOh...harvesting some Lucky Charms?
Crabby - I'll be careful, I promise!Leah - it's nice to know where the rainbow ends, isn't it?Geo - hahaha!
Maybe just some pot.. ;)
Hilary - hahaha! (sshh - sheesh, you wanna get me in trouble??)
I think Crabby may be right. Great shot sis. Too bad about your garden, but at least you get pretty rainbows in the end.
"Shop" being his workshop? We always referred to my grandfather's (and then my Dad's after grampie was gone) workshop as the shop too. I had forgotten that. Unfortunately they had to pull that building down a few years ago (extremely unfortunately since a heavy beam landed on my father and broke his leg). Dad has a new workshop now, I don't know how the refer to it. It's probably still the shop.
Reb - that's true. There's a silver lining to every cloud! (lol)JavaChick - it's more of what you would probably call a garage. It's where we park our equipment, and work on it when the need arises. Not a work-shop such as you mean (no woodworking done there!)
Beautiful.My grandfather had such a shop, half was a garage as you have, where he worked on his farm equipment. It's something i hadn't thought of in years.
If it's like most shops I've seen, there must be a pot of gold in there somewhere.Mary Anne in Kentucky
so so so lovely.Carla
Pretty!I'm with Mary Anne ;)
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