We thought about putting a quilt block on the wall but I decided it would be too difficult to archor and would need to be painted, periodically. Instead, we went with a faux door that is all metal.
Here is a view from the street:
The following is a not too good picture from the back of the barn where we are installing another door (on the right hand side):
More of a closeup during installation:
Having a full window door will allow more light into that back room. We'll need to pour a concrete pad out there.
My irises are in full bloom and look lovely. My grandmother dearly loved irises and I can't look at one without thinking of her.
It's been a beautiful day and the best part is that my father-in-law is back home! They were waiting to be discharged since this morning and I'd planned to swing by their house to see him. I called at 1:30 but they were still at the hospital. Reportedly, the doctor was "right outside the door" making arrangements to allow him to be discharged. I just called (3 hours later) to see if he was up for company but they had only just driven in the driveway - took them all afternoon to get out of that place.
But he is home, now, and I will go see him, tomorrow.
Penny, Evelyn and Pearl