Monday, November 15, 2010

Monday Dose of Cute: The Other End of the Laundry Line

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So a few weeks back when I was snapping pictures of my vintage blankets blowing in the breeze on the laundry line. . .


Laundry Line 2
This is what was happening at the other end.

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Want to see more of that crazy black cat?
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here and scroll down if you'd prefer dog photo links)
(click here to see all these posts on one long page)
11/16/08: Yoga for Pets
1/23/10: Staredown
10/24/10: Cats on Things

Love laundry lines?
(click here to see all these posts on one long page)
1/2/06: Winter Color
5/6/09: The Lamb and the Laundry Line (a look back at Baby Cary)
2/18/10: A Nice Day

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8 comments:

  1. What a darling series of photos! Of course, almost all of your photos have an element of darlingness to them! Thanks for sharing your life with us "city folk" (though my great-grandma had a farm and I've always thought I wanted one too! My husband, not so much~).

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  2. oh, how amazingly charming! Delightful. We also have a gorgeous black cat with golden eyes. Great shots!

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  3. Little laundry fiend! Such a cutie. :)

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  4. Taking time to enjoy the fun stuff is what it all about. When I hang my clothes out I have to make sure that none of the sleeves are hanging down because our goats like to chew on them!!!

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  5. I told you that's what would happen at our house!

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  6. I loved your post with the laundry and the other related 'claw hole' ones - so funny and happy. Thanks. Helen

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  7. My orange cat George specializes in throw rugs. He pounces on them and wads them up in a ball, then walks off and leaves them. He especially likes them when they're fresh out of the dryer. No hanging laundry outside here, too many tractors in the fields nearby. (Also, I admit, I'm lazy.)

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