Walk and Enjoy

Walk and Enjoy
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Sunday, 21 June 2015

Tea in my new garden shed

I am grateful for being married to a man who has a lot of talents, one of them is being a handy man. When we bought our property eight years ago, there was hardly any plants or trees in it. The first thing that my husband built was the chicken coop, so we can have some fresh eggs everyday. He didn't waste time and build the garden beds, which have proven to be the most productive source of food after the eggs. Looking through blogs, Pinterest and Instagram I became obsessed with garden sheds, whilst the inspiration started. What we had in mind was something old, recycled, rustic with a bit of old-barn feel to it.  So my husband started looking online for some old wood sleepers, old timbers and any materials from a demolition site. We were lucky enough to find some odd materials here and there and so the construction began... Hello dear friends, it feels like eternity since the last time I posted on my blog. Life has been busy with work, new puppy, and the construction of our new garden shed. Please scroll down below to check out the photos of the whole construction process.

Thank you for visiting. I am joining Bernideen for Tea in the Garden Sandi for Tea Time Tuesday , Martha for Tea Cup Tuesday, Rooted in Thyme for Simple and sweet Friday

Coming home from work, I always look forward to sit down and enjoy a cup of tea. 

Cyclamen means winter is coming or already here. I love the contrast of bright yellow chair against the old timber wall. 

When it comes to tea, I am not fussy. May it be fresh, dehydrated, or dried, they all taste good to me. 

Couple of pumpkins from last days of autumn

My take on Nigella's Nutella Cheesecake recipe,