Wednesday, May 7, 2014

HANGING OUT


Who'd have thought that as a " senior ",
I'd start to hang my clothes out to dry ?
It's all I've heard it is...Mmmm smells so good.



Just one more benefit of Spring...
 

10 comments:

Susie said...

Missy, I love the smell of things off the line. I do not have a clothes line here. That is also something my daughter misses at her new house. Enjoy your wonderful weather. xoxo, Susie

Diane said...

I don't even have my lines up yet. Been too cool. I cannot believe there are (a lot) of subdivisions that don't allow hanging laundry. Your own house, in your backyard? How snobby.

Junebug said...

I love the smell of the clothes after a day of hanging outside. I'm one of those crazy people that love my towels scratchy from hanging outside. I think part of it is we have slowed down enough to take the time. Back when family and work it was loads of wash and hurry up and get them dry for the next load.Have a wonderful day!!

Pam~ Virginia Retro said...

There is nothing better than climbing into bed with crisp sheets that have been line dried. Ah, small pleasures! My vintage linens brighten and stain lighten with a sunny day on the line too. :)

Blackberry Lane said...

Good Morning! I love the smell of line-dryed clothes. I have sweet memories of helping mother hang out laundry when I was young.

Enjoy your afternoon. Moving day is getting closer for us. I'll check in as I can.

sparkle100-havealook.blogspot.com said...

I agree. Nothing like laundry on the line but we get wee tiny bugs on the clothes as they love the smell of the fresh clothes. Little buggies. Shoo fly off.

Ours is black flies to the Americans they say nats?

Ours bite so bad. I have to wear a shoo away non toxin to harm them but to keep from me as I am allergic. I hitch it on a belt or clip it and it keeps them away from me. You click button on and off when in house and remove the belt and all. They bite me before so bad. I ended up in Emergency eyes swollen half closed eyes.

Vicki @ lifeinmyemptynest said...

My mother always had clothes hanging in the fresh air. Good memories from your post :-)

Debra She Who Seeks said...

When I was a little girl on the prairies, my Mom always dried our clothes outside on the clothesline. You're right -- they smell so good! And in winter, they would freeze stiff as a board but they were still hung out.

Lynne said...

You go girl . . . wonderful, isn't it!

Lilasesazuis Gata said...

Hmm .. clothes that catch the sun, are scented!

I like it!

kisses,

Ligia e = ^. ^ =