It's always a wonderful view to have. And I do admit to sniffing the laundry a bit when I'm bringing it in. I've yet to find a better fabric conditioner than a bright breezy day. Love and stuff xx
Just love to hang out the wash!!! We are going to have a beautiful warm day so I guess I will be! Have a wonderful day!!
ahhh bliss....j x
The simple pleasures of life!!
I love this photo! It reminds me of hanging out the wash with my mother-in-law. She is such an expert! The towels go on a certain end and she showed me how to hang up the shirts so as to get the best wind into them. The heavier jeans go on the "blowy" end and then the line goes on a long pole and is then suspended higher in the air! You see, I am American and although my mother and grandmother hung out the wash, I hardly know anyone that does so now. The clothes smell so wonderful being in the fresh air!Kay GuestP. S. My mother in law is English and lives in Eastbourne.
They smell so good when dried on the line. Beautiful pictures.
HA! The View From Here is nearly cloudless sky, not many leaves and No clean laundry. TUT!
There is nothing like a good drying day!!! Is it wrong to love seeing washing drying on the line??? I had my boy in cloth nappies when he was a baby and I used to get real pleasure seeing them all strung out on the line drying in the sun xx
I washed bedding that didn't even need doing just so I could have billowing white sheets on the line and sniff it!
Thank you Sue. I've been trying for ages to sort out how to post larger pictures without going over the side bar. Your tutorial has worked! Yippee and thank you again. Helen x
There is simply nothing like sun kissed laundry. My favourite smell in the whole world xox
Sue, love those photos! We are having NO good weather hear except one day (yesterday) (photos on my blog) but it's back to clouds today. :-(But we have an "umbrella" clothes line we got last year and I can't wait to install it and hang our clothes on it.Hugs from Oregon, USA -- Teresa :-)
Sun dried washing, the scent of Spring flowers, fresh mown grass, fresh baked bread, all beautiful.x Sandi
It was one of the things I really liked about using terry nappies, seeing a great line of them fluttering, sparkly white, on the washing line on a sunny day.
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