New Deck Reveal!

Our long-time dream of building a new deck has finally come true!  It’s not 100% finished, but it’s finished enough that I can show y’all.  Today we’ll look at the deck, re-done wicker and cushions, restored vintage motel chairs, and lighted...
orange and white pumpkin

Fall at the Farmers Market

Welcome to the 54th week of the History and Home Link Party, it’s good to have you here.  The weather here in South Carolina has been absolutely gorgeous with cool temps and low humidity.  I hope it’s lovely where you...
bronze statue of girl in private daylily garden

Daylily Garden Tour: Part 4

Welcome to the fourth and final part of our daylily garden tour.  This garden has been cultivated by one family for about forty years, and they recently were kind enough to open it to the public for one day.  Such...
daylily garden

Daylily Garden Tour: Part 3

It’s a busy week around our place, with working during the day and helping at vacation bible school in the evening, so I’m keeping things short and sweet this week here at We Call It Junkin with photos of a...
orange daylily

Daylily Garden Tour: Part 2

Welcome back to this incredible, private daylily garden.  Forty years in the making, this garden is only open to the public once a year, and I’m so glad the sweet lady who cultivates it allowed me to take photos so...
angel garden statue

Daylily Garden Tour: Part 1

Hello, sweet friends, and welcome to a virtual tour of a beautiful South Carolina daylily garden!  This is going to be a very busy week for me, with working my day job each day, and volunteering at Vacation Bible School...

Come Along to the Campground

Many years ago our family started the wonderful activity of camping.  We began with a tent, a cook stove, and sleeping bags and had lots of fun together.  But the hot South Carolina summers, and the fact that we’re quite...
bluebirds nesting colonial bird bottle

Birds Nesting, Email Woes, and Mothers Day

Things have been mighty exciting in our backyard the past several days!  Do you remember the Colonial Reproduction Bird Bottle I showed you recently?  I’m excited to report that a bluebird couple has moved in!  They’ve been very busy building...