Wednesday, May 5, 2010

If You Must Know.......

After reading the comments on my previous post today, I decided it was easier to tell everyone about the fence at once, instead of repeating the story at each of your blogs.  At our previous home, my husband (please check out link on the right, a recent video story on him) decided to paint the inside of our privacy fence with abstract designs.  Well..... when we put the house up for sale, our buyer did not want the fence (can't imagine why!).  So..... we brought it with us!  We don't really feel the need for a privacy fence where we live now, so hubby has set up bits and pieces around the property.  Most of it is out back by our pond.  We are so happy that the new home owner didn't want our piece of art.... well, now that the moving part is way in the past.  We just love our fence, and thanks for the the inquiries about it!

9 comments:

Mary said...

I would have kept it too! Enjoyed your husbands story.

Orange Sink said...

You are literally surrounded by your art! I'm so glad you kept the fence! That piece on your husband was wonderful! I love the people of the Ozarks work he's done! An absolute master of photography with a charming personality! Cathy G

雲亨 said...

今天心情很好..你心情好嗎?.........................

summersundays-jw said...

What an interesting fella that Jim is. Who knew he was a fence painter too. He's truly multi-talented. Your iris are gorgeous & I love peonies -- just hate the ants. We need to have lunch soon. Jan

淑娟 said...

與其爭取不可能得到的東西,不如善自珍惜運用自己所擁有的........................................

Wanda said...

Dulcy, I had a wonderful 20 minutes looking at your blog and listening to Mr. Mayfield talking about his work. Thank you. He's got Tom Saywer and Huck Finn beat in the fence painting department!

韋于倫成 said...

青春一逝不復返,事業一失難有成。......................................................

Relyn said...

You already know how much I love this fence of Jim's. The other thing I adore is his big camera angel sculpture.

Jennifer Richardson said...

Wow...so glad to stumble upon your delightfully playful blog...rich with color and aliveness! That fence....it's talking to me:) Inspired I am.