Jun 7, 2013

Midsummer Dreaming: Have a seat and look around ;)

Good evening!

I thought we could continue with our story ;)

So we were in our garden listening to the tinkle of the fountain and the birds playfully splashing in the birdbath.......................

We decide to sit down and rest ourselves and take in the sounds and sights of the garden:

We sit there for many hours until the sun goes down and we can now see the glow of the stone lantern:
 
We have enjoyed our sights sounds and smells of the....DARN IT!! 
 
What are they gonna smell Jane, the funk of your bad story? This place needs something to waft on the breeze!.
 
Ok you gals sit here I will be back shortly *wink*
 

20 comments:

  1. ohhh-it just keeps getting better! I LOVE the stone lantern- brilliant!!

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  2. Waft ha love the story, love the minis!!! I wish I lived closer for a clay play day. Oh and yes saving these pics as well. Huggs

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  3. Looking forward to the next episode.

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  4. I love your story! cant wait to read the next episode =) and the pictures, you have done lovely things!
    Hannah

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  5. Absolutely loving the wee garden pieces!

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  6. Mi piace la scena con tutti gli oggetti che hai realizzato per il giardino, mi piace la panchina e la lanterna, lo sai che è il simbolo della mia città? Naturalmente un po' più alta...Un abbraccio, Manu

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    1. Non sapevo che ws vostro simbolo! Forse il suo destino;)

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  7. Hope she's gone to get the wine and glasses!

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  8. Gorgeous work and a fun ongoing "saga." xo Jennifer

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  9. Jane, Jane, Jane! Why must you continuously leave us hanging and twisting in the breeze? Jazzi is hoping for wine and glasses! Are you sculpting the glasses Jane!!!? Oh well, I think I'll just sit on this comfy bench and wait, by the splashing fountain and when it gets dark and the birds have vacated the bird bath on will come the lantern and THEN MAYBE , Jane will return! (sigh)

    elizabeth

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    1. LOL I like to drag things out, in the words of my favorite poet

      "The suspense is terrible... I hope it'll last." ~ willy wonka

      *Cackle*

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    2. Oh Jane!! You are so" High Brow" with your choice of 'favorite poets', ... but what a great quote!

      elizabeth

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  10. Sara' un giardino fantastico complimenti!kiss

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  11. I like these garden pieces.
    Greetings, Faby

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  12. Each piece is just fantastic. I'd love to see them installed in a magical garden.
    I know you can!
    Hugs, Drora

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  13. le banc et la lanterne sont super beaux. Odeur ? non, parfum, senteur conviendraient mieux à ce joli jardin ...
    Asseyons- nous (sagement) et attendons la suite de l'histoire. Intéressante citation !
    rosethé

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  14. Beautifully. I had just found into my relaxed "I" and then your stop your story, I still sit on the bench and waiting ....
    Hugs
    Wyrna

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  15. I'd sit on the bench but Wryna beat me too it and she's lounging on it! so I guess I'll have to stand by the fountain *im gonna spray wyrna with water when she closes her eyes*


    Hugs
    Marisa

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  16. What do you make these out of?

    I love the moss. These remind me of something you would see in Jane Eyre or something... *Sigh* Love that story.

    toddlindsey.com

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    1. These are all polymer clay hon ;) My favorite supply

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