Despite keeping it covered for the winter, our beautiful fountain is showing damage from the extreme weather this year. I am trying to convince myself to consider it “added charm,” yet I hate to see some of our lions heads crumbling. Oh, what to do? I guess, just wait for spring. Once the fountain is running and splendor has returned to the garden, the old beasts will seem more at ease.
oh no! How old is your fountain? I do think it will look fine (and probalby no one else would notice) once everything is green and colorful and water is burbling in your fountain, but still. His poor nose!
My husband and I were discussing the same thing tonight that everyone will have a lot of work in their yards after a harsh winter.
It’s a tough world. That doesn’t look really like added charm but I admire your determination to make the best of a bad job.
Thanks for your note, Karen. It makes me sad too. I love our fountain!
Oh that just makes me sad! what a bad winter this has been!!!