The Patio Furniture conodrum

I spent the day cleaning off my patio. You see I discovered two weeks ago that I don’t like to garden. I want to like it. I like flowers and things, but I just don’t enjoy gardening. When one lives in a 700 square foot apartment, one wants the patio to be a living space, not one more thing to do. My husband said it was always so cluttered he could not enjoy it either. So I gave all my gardening stuff to my neighbors and started looking at patio furniture.

I spent hours over this past weekend scouring for the perfect chaise lounge. Actually I should tell the truth. I spent 30 minutes and found the perfect one; then I spent three days convincing myself, by shopping around, that it was the perfect one.

It is hard to spend money on quality patio furniture in Seattle. We only have 3 months of summer and most spring days have some mist or are so cloudy that I keep checking the sky for rain. But now I have bought a very nice chaise. (I had two nice iron chairs already) and a new patio umbrella are being delivered on the 20th.

I can’t wait to sit in it.


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