Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Tuesday's Barn

In trying to regain some sense of normal in my life...whatever that is...I decided to spend a few minutes looking for a barn photo.  I then realized that I have had a wonderful barn photo for several years - but it was "hidden" in a folder of family photos.  The barn belongs to our daughter, Tina, who lives in Florida.  


Rather a nice barn, don't you think?  That's all for now...


I am linking to Tricia's Barn Charm.  Be sure to check out other barns there!

15 comments:

Dianna said...

This is a gorgeous barn, Linda! Love the little red cart out in front.

Hoping things will settle down for you soon - waiting for updates, as you can post them!

Dianne

Beth said...

love the roof line. too fun! remember to take a break when you can. sending hugs to you. pouring cats & dogs here. wow. (:

onespoiledcat said...

A very nice, neat barn (and grounds) indeed!!

Pam (and Sam)

Amy Burzese said...

Yes, that is a great barn! So glad you thought of it!

Susan said...

Been thinking of you and hoping your husband is doing well. I may have missed an update, I've been hit or miss about getting time to read blogs.
Like the dappled shade on this one. Hope you're holding up. Hugs.

Keetha Broyles said...

Lucky Tina!

Jan n Jer said...

Yep...this is a very lovely barn! Right in front of you all this time!!!! Hope all went well with your Hubby's procedures!

Ann said...

did the red paint peel off?

TexWisGirl said...

it is a PRETTY one! :)

Tricia @ Bluff Area Daily said...

Yes, it is a nice looking barn, love the weathered wood & is that a door up top? Cool! =)

Thank you for joining =)

NixBlog said...

Lovely photo of this wonderful old barn.
Sending you positive thoughts and hoping Dan is doing well!

Genie said...

Linda...We are going to have to get together come summer when school is out. I can see us riding down the road yelling BARN ALERT! I love your daughter’s barn...lots of personality. It is funny, but I am having trouble imagining a barn in Florida. I grew up a block from the Atlantic in Palm Beach and there were NO barns there. Hope all is well with you all. The troops are really restless, and my sell block is full every day. Today I witnessed my first real fight and I have been in the classroom since I was 20. It was awful. You learn and see new things every day of your life. genie

Red said...

this one's quite unique. I've never seen anything like this before. Looks like some renovation on the roof?

Elaine said...

It is a nice barn--glad you found it!

Pix at Under the Oaks said...

Very sweet barn and we know it is loved!