Delicate Nirvana – Chimes Akimbo

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It has been a while since we checked in on the Delicate Nirvana. Don’t you worry though, we’ve been enjoying it just as much as ever.

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Once we completed the pergola, we wanted to get some wind chimes. We are wacky like that. Some folks hate a wind chime, my Mother is one such person. This is likely one reason why I wanted one, being a wind chime deprived child. If you want to buy a wind chime on the South Coast of NSW, Mogo is a top location to pick. We had plenty of wind chimes to choose from here.

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The plan was we could pick two wind chimes each. I chose a sparkly chicken wind chime.

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The Other Half was looking for one perfect sounding wood and one perfect sounding large metal wind chime. He found this large wood wind chime.

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I chose this rainbow seashell wind chime.

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The Other Half was unable to find a perfect large metal wind chime. A couple of weeks later at the Berry Markets, he decided on this silent windchime instead.

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I also chose three long seashell and mirror strings – one blue, one red, one dark grey. I wanted green but they did not have the right shade of green for our Nirvana and The Other Half loves all things black and grey, so I chose that instead.

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While there we discovered this stunning mirror which contained all three of our theme colours – blue, green and red – so we chose it for the wall.

We had a good month of great wind chime time, then once we installed the shadecloth it cut down the wind so much we rarely hear a wind chime anymore.. even when a big storm blows through we do not seem to get any wind or breeze.

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5 thoughts on “Delicate Nirvana – Chimes Akimbo

  1. Too many comments of mine are lost here with a message coming up saying “invalid security token” what the heck does that mean? is it because I put a smiley face?

  2. Bet you’re feeling a bit annoyed when the wind blows and there’s no dingaling outside😊
    I use a tall pedestal fan outside on the deck when it gets warm with no breeze – maybe one of those would solve your problem
    Love that ‘stain glass’ chook.

  3. I love having a wind chime … a sing sing we call it, I think one of the kids called it that when they were little. We have a big one on our pergola. Hubby reckons it must drive the neighbours nuts when it’s windy, but I don’t think it’s intrusive – I love it.

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