Well, it is!!
Have you ever gotten a 'bee in your bonnet'?
I have one.
It's an idea.... buzzing and buzzing, and buzzing around in my brain.
Along with about a million more ideas.
I want a bottle tree.
So.... the quest has begun to find bottles.
We've been looking down on Pigeon Hollow Road for bottles,
and we've found a few.
Saturday, for Mother's Day, my sweet hubby took me
to have a picnic at the top of Manti Canyon.
We went with some friends, and we all drove our A.T.V.'s.
I was the caboose.
I had to drive slowly .... because I was looking for bottles.
Sheesh... I didn't find not one single bottle.
So far, all I've found is about 23 bottles. The first picture is a sample of some of the bottles that I've found.
I especially love the cobalt blue bottles.
My second favorite ... the green ones.
If I were looking for brown bottles, I'd have it made.
But, I only want blue, green, and clear.
Mostly, blue and green.
blue bottles look awesome lining a side walk.
'flower bottles' too.
Green bottles marking a garden path.
should I ever hit the 'Mother Lode' of bottles.. well, then I will have an awesome, beyond awesome bottle tree.
So, if you have any extra bottles.. please send them my way.
Because it is really hard for me being a Mormon to find beer bottles.
*Note: all pictures of the bottles (except the first picture) are from Pinterest.
Attitude of gratitude:
~I'm grateful for the little bit of rain that we were blessed with yesterday. Cooled things off, and
I loved the cloud cover.
~I'm grateful that we were able to haul the yard debris off to the landfill.
That spot in the yard where everything has been accumulating looks so much better!
~I'm grateful for my 'new clothesline'. How wonderful our sheets smell when we crawl into bed after
working in the yard and gardens all day.
~I'm grateful that my sweet hubby made me a pumpkin patch. It's small ...but I am looking forward to having our own home-grown pumpkins this fall. Next, year.. we'll expand the pumpkin patch.