Sunday, October 13

Weekend Dose of Good Clean Cute

Under the laundry line (1) -

More photos below. . .

Under the laundry line (2) -

Under the laundry line (3) -

More laundry line? Here.
More chickens? Here.
More cats? Here.
More dogs? Here.

©, air-dried and grassy fresh—and nearly every day is wash day.


  1. *sniff* - oh, I can smell that fresh laundry! Nothing like it.

  2. Hi Susan, I cannot see your bibs, have you dropped them ? :)

    1. Hi Niels,
      It's nice to hear from you. Actually, it's more like I need to drop a few pounds so I can fit back into my bib overalls. ;) I was saying the other day that maybe I should just break down and buy some bigger ones. I do miss them!

  3. If I was you I would immediately go for some big baggy ones. I am a small guy, but my stomach gets bigger :) so I buy them bigger and somehow I think it is less problematic to wear big overalls than big jeans ! Next month I'm going back to SF, my "spiritual" second home and check out for "new" thrifted overalls in my favorite thrift store Mission Thrift, who are always good in overalls, also big ones, if you have any chance to come back to SF :) overall greetings from niels, now living in farmhouse in Denmark


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