LOL - even THOSE were red!!! :-)
How funny :)
I can't believe only three of us admitted looking! I have been hankering for the wonderfulness of line-dried sheets. However, as you know Susan, I live in an apartment. There is, actually a deck behind the apartment, and a porch in front. But the latter is very shady and cool, and faces the street. The deck is shared with my upstairs neighbors, some very fashionable young women, who I'm sure would be opposed to a permanent clothesline. Such an addition to the facilities could interfere with their various summer activities, such as lying on beachtowels and soaking up rays.So, I've been looking (on the internet) for some device which can be used, and folded up and put away until next time, yet is sturdy enough to hang with bedsheets. I was hoping maybe you or your readers would have some ideas for me?There is actually a nice big hill covered with clover right behind the deck, so the sheets would smell great.
I looked and totally giggled.
Assurance that you are a clean gal - and like the color red. Funny that so few commented here - mild winter when you can hang outside and still have 'em dry. I love having a picket fence so I can put things on top of the pickets to dry (especially slippers and workout shoes)
Adorable -as for having full pink n' red loads.....I have an overflowing PINK FUZZY load.
How could anyone not look to find out what about laundry deserved an adults-only rating?
Bwahahahahaha!~!! you crack me up. That was a good one. I will tell you it was shocking just to see all the red and pink. I think that is a load for valentine's day.
Okay...did you like wash one red wash cloth and the entire load came out looking like 10 shades of red? Because that's something I've done a couple of times(perfection is distant concept for me) Or are you just a very red-wearing family?????? Love the r-rated picture!
rofl! I admit - I'd looked! Too funny! I'm completely jealous of your clothes line. Mine is temporarily down...temporarily for the last year.
I admit I looked! LOL too funny... Hope you are having a blessed day.
How could one NOT look with an invitation like that?When I lived in a hotter, drier climate I used to spread my laundry over huge lavender and rosemary shrubs to dry in the sun. ALL my laundry. In the front yard. I figured if anyone wanted to look that closely they could look to their heart's content.
I too HAD to look! Great Farm Photo and the X rated version is hilarious! Thanks Susan!
I had to look - it was just too tempting! I have found that you can still use a clothesline when the weather is cold - your clothes will FREEZE dry (just like your hair if you go out to feed the critters in the morning after takning a shower!).
Now i needed a chuckle today-thanks for you being you. I so love your blog and sense of humor. Your love of food and animals is delicious, and taking the time to share your world with us is amazing.Thanks,Diane
Are those his and hers? Cute!
Were they red before you posted them on the Internet or are they blushing?
Definitely funny...So red...Reminds me of a story my boyfriend tells of growing up in extreme-Northern Maine, when they'd dry their clothes in the winter. When they went inside, they'd be hard and frozen, but a trip over the radiator made them soft and dry...
What a great picture! So funny :)
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