Friday, September 5

Good Morning


To my millions of readers, I hope you have a great day today and get lots done.
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9 comments:

JLS said...

Good Morning Texas!

I am putting up herbs, tomato, green bean, okra and some peppers today. Sounds like good makings for vegetable soup! Have a GREAT Texas Day too!

Love from NJ!
JLS

CONNIE'S THOUGHTS FROM THE HEART said...

Clothes handing on the clothes line. I can not begin to tell you what memories that stirs up in my heart. Thank you so much. Grandma

ancient one said...

Well its good afternoon here ... its raining, some, so no clothes on the line around here. Love your photo ...

Morgan said...

Well, I got clothes on the line, but it looks like they might get rained on! I'm trying to make a skirt from a pattern I saw in a book, and so far all I'm making is a mess...but I think it'll work out. I hope you guys had a great afternoon!

Kitty said...

What a pretty picture!! I bet they will smell so sweet and fresh when you bring them inside!! =)

sue said...

I had a good day. I got a lot of housework done, grocery shopping, some laundry (I don't have a clothes line so I use a dryer) and some reading too. Unfortunately my son had a bad day at school :(

ancient one said...

Hey Mo,

Thanks for hopping over to see me today! Collards are a vegetable grown in all southern gardens in our neck of the woods. For over 20 years (not sure) our little town has a festive celebrating the Collard. We have rides, crafts, a parade, a collard eating contest, a collard cooking contest, bands, and dancing in the street. This is the first time it has been rained out. Hanna has stopped all fun. If you would like to see or know more check here:

http://www.ayden.com/

Chas said...

Hello my friend, I hope your day was exceptionally well. I am good because I am on the countdown to see my hunny bunny tomorrow evening.
Have a GREAT weekend, from one of your million faithful readers!
Love you!
Chas

JLS said...

One of your dear lady friends mentioned collards. NO laughing, BUT I got some collards in my farm share this past week and I don't know what to do with them.

Any suggestions?
JLS