Airing your clean laundry

cross-stitch - given as a gift to Hubby's secretary in Denver - about 1982

cross-stitch - given as a gift to Hubby's secretary in Denver - about 1982

I love to inhale the outdoorsy aroma of sheets and throw rugs . . . and curtains . . . and . . . that have been drying in the sun.  We always had a clothesline (didn’t always have a dryer, though) until we moved into a ‘restricted’ subdivision in Denver that prohibited clotheslines.  Still miss that clean sunny feeling when one climbs into a bed with bedding that has been in the sun.  It so soooo relaxing . . .

Needless to say, we’re not allowed to have clotheslines where we live, now (although with such a small garden home – and tiny yard – there may not even be room!).

Going Green!

Clotheslines are a hang-up for some . . .

clotheslines

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Who am I? I'm still discovering just who I am, I suppose. A. Powell Davis writes that "Life is just a chance to grow a soul."

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