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April 24, 2019



Ok so I luv the idea of using a vintage tin for gardening. So fun!! I'd luv to invite you to share with us at Wall to Wall DIY Wednesday Wednesdays-Mondays! Have a great weekend! https://www.dabblinganddecorating.com/single-post/2018/06/20/Wall-to-Wall-DIY-Wednesday


Your yard looks wonderful and I am in love with those ferns growing in the rock wall!

Our Hopeful Home

That arbor is to die for! And I wish we had a raised garden like yours. Ours is limited to about two wooden boxes. But we do plant peppers, tomatoes, lettuce and sometimes more. Thanks for sharing all your lovely landscaping with Vintage Charm. xo Kathleen

Liberty B

Your arbor, wisteria, picket fence--- everything is beautiful! Thank you for sharing at Best of the Weekend!

Julie Briones

Just gorgeous! So many lovely flowers and greenery! I've posted to my Outdoor Inspirations board! So happy to have you at Homestyle Gathering, MaryJo!

Kari @ Me and My Captain

Beautiful MaryJo, I have chosen your post as one of my favorite features on Monday at 8 pm...thank you for linking up with CYS!!!

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hello, hola, bonjour. I’m MARYJO, a vintage soul, who’s married to my honey, aka mr. M., who made all my dreams come true. He made me his wife, he made me a mother and me makes me laugh each & every day. My life revolves around my family & my home and on this blog I share all the pieces of this wonderful life. I love all things that are weathered, tattered, tarnished, rusted, faded, shabby, & distressed because they have a story to tell. Here I tell my story, which includes my love for cooking, home decor, gardening, traveling, entertaining, crafting, and anything that makes life pretty, fun & interesting. welcome & thanks for visiting. XO