Posts Tagged ‘hammock hanger’
I am wondering if Mother Nature is bipolar, as it is a common illness many good people suffer with. She is extremely hot one day and freezing the next! Or maybe that is just a woman in general..? I can say that since I am one!
It is so windy and cold today that I can’t even dream of laying in my hammock. It is even in a wooden hammock stand, which is sturdy, but I still feel I would be blown away!
There is a beautiful little princess sitting in our hammock, in a great big wooden hammock stand…just waiting for her prince to come and take her to the ball…er, the prom! He is probably still fussing over his tie..but he will come soon, and take the princess away.
My, but they do grow up fast! I need some time in that seat once they leave! I am not sure who it is more stressful for?
We are doing the dreaded job of putting a fresh coat of stain on the patio this spring. We always want to, then the leaves pop out so quickly it is a futile attempt, as the breeze blows around all the the new leaf buds on the patio before it dries!
This year we got one nice coat on, but wanted to do another, when the leaves popped. Now, the wooden hammock stand is sitting bare in the yard, waiting for us to finish our project so that it can have its special place on the patio!
The forsythia is bright yellow, the cherry tree is budding pink, and the maple trees are budding out with bright green leaves! Not to mention the birds flying around everywhere! It is time to break out the hammock stand and hang up my favorite hammock, just to be right in the middle of all this beauty!
I prematurely hung one of my rope hammocks in the tree, and now it’s covered with snow! I am glad the hammock stand is still safe under cover!
I really enjoy birds but I am not a serious “birder”! I saw this little bird flitting around the yard, chirping, then he landed on my poor, empty wooden hammock stand! I am hoping this is a sign of an early spring..?
I plant several varieties of thyme around my sun dial, pun intended. My Mother taught me that when I first started gardening. Now, I continue that every year, as most come back, but occasionally I replace one. I place my hammock stand very close by so that I can see it and smell it from my hammock.
I always enjoyed plants and flowers, also trees. In fact when I was growing up, my parents had a sun room that had planters the whole way around the room. As a child, I learned all of the names of the house plants. It has been a love I kept for my the rest of my life.