My next door neighbor, Rosie, is from Italy. She came to America in 1950 to marry. Her garden (which I'll feature when it is in full bloom) is a dazzling array of color and lush, beautiful blooms.
But she is spring cleaning now, and had her laundry on the line. I couldn't resist, and while her husband Frank probably thought I was certifiable when I asked if I could take pictures of Rosie's laundry, I forged ahead!
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Tuesday, May 6, 2008
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OMG!! What gorgeous things your neighbor has! Laundry hanging out on the line is a big no-no where I live! But I do love the smell of sheets when they've been hung on the line. I miss that. I still sneak a few hand washables out once in awhile....so far I haven't been caught!
that's what neighbors are for....to make them wonder about us, while we wonder about them !!!
and the pics of your mom....fabulous !!!
Lovely lacy laundry. Like my alliteration?
Beautiful laundry! I grew up with laundry hanging on the line but in my current neighborhood I wouldn't do it as we are right across from the park.
Oh how pretty. I was just commenting on another blog on how beautiful clotheslines are and how I miss having one. That lace is so pretty.
Oh how beautiful and lovely~
I miss having a clothes line~
Thanks for your visits and kind words.
My neighbor's yard never looks like that! How pretty, I'd have been out photographing it too. Next door to me is just an old guy who smokes on the porch in his boxers. I don't think I'll be taking pictures of him.
what a beautiful garden of laundry! i have often thought about doing a photo series of the things people hang on their clotheslines. this set of photos is exactly why it is so appealing! beautiful photos jeanie!
thought I was leaving after enjoying another Paris post, when the word ROSIE caught my attention in your sidebar...here I am enjoying the lovely European lace curtains hanging on the line. I have some of these in our home,,,,have had for so many years, just never tire of them.
Time for dinner...tootles for now!
So glad I wandered one last time before leaving your lovely blog :)
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