Tuesday, August 11, 2009

A family project


























After I was struck with another burst of creative genius, it seemed as if everyone wanted to help with making a play area on the side of the house. While we have a good sized back yard (@3600 sq ft), it's not enough since our &%$#@*(those symbols can be translated as 'sweet') dog, Stitch loves to chew toys, or anything else for that matter. To fix this problem (that makes me insane!), we decided to take the little 250 sq ft side yard and move all the toys, sand box, bikes, wicker furniture and any other money-bought plastic item over there. And instead of just using it as storage, we made it another play area. All hands on deck were required, muscles were used and everyone had a great time 'working'. Now if that darn grass would just hurry up and grow there it'd be perfect.

7 comments:

Katy and Ross said...

What a fun new play area! It looks like your kids had fun helping you too :)

Anonymous said...

Your blog is really good, but I wonder if you've considered doing something a little different with the backgrounds and everything. There are a lot of sites with free backgrounds that are a little more modern. I'm not trying to offend you, but yours is a little eighties.

Really, I love you and your blog. Not trying to be offensive at all!

Melinda said...

I love what you did with the area, and its so nice that the entire family pitched it!
What an adorable sandbox!! Did your DH make it or did you buy it? Its so cute!!!

PS: I LOVE your blog background! Not eighties at all..very cottage chic!

Pink Slippers said...

Dear Anonymous,
You comment just confirms my blog is the way I want it to be. I am anything but modern. Sorry! Thanks for posting anyways.
Wendy

Alexis said...

As long as you're satisfied with your blog, that's all that matters.

God bless!

Mrs. Huse Clifton said...

Great sandbox you will have almost as much fun watching them play as they will playing.

Carla said...

How smart! Now you can sit and watch the fun:) More hydrangeas?