Winter colors with blue sky (with the bleu shirts)
Beautiful photo. I love the muted colours.
How cute. Let me guess: You got 'em at Costco, and they made you buy a 12-pack? ;-)
Funny! I instantly wished I had pictured the contents of my emptied freezer. Not so photogenic ofcourse, all these newspaper-wrapped packages in the lawn waiting to disappear again in the now thawed and cleaned freezer. Not my favourite chore but I had to because there is quite a piece of organic bovine coming tomorrow...
Aren't you afraid they'll freeze and break up into a million tiny pieces???
I love the laundry photos! Are those chamois shirts? My favorites.
santa washing his clothes?
When I opened this up, suburb-raised Kyra starting laughing and asked why all those clothes were hanging upside down....the poor child has no idea what a clothesline is, LOL. But that should change soon, if I get the house I'm looking at!!
Susan,I just hope those are upside-down shirts and not right-side-up pants.
I love this picture. I miss my clothesline, but can't have one where I live.
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