Thursday, May 28, 2015

She left the suds in the bucket and…

the clothes hanging out on the line fence!

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We love this song by Sara Evans and we both started singing it when we saw this fence.

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Blueberry bushes behind the fence.

Hope you’ve having a great day and singing while you work!

I’m joining Tex for the

Good Fences party!

46 comments:

ann said...

I do not know how this day will turn out. Lots to do. But it got off to a good start with a great tune.

Shug said...

This post brought back a lot of memories. I remember my grandmother hanging laundry on the fence. Enjoy the beautiful sunshine!

Debby Ray said...

Love this, Diane...the song by Sara Evans and this great photo! Now THAT'S a good fence!! Have a great day, my friend :)

Quiltdivajulie said...

Fun post!

Montanagirl said...

Love this post!! You find the neatest stuff to photograph!!

TexWisGirl said...

really cute. :) thanks for the country dose of life. :)

Debbie said...

back in the day....but i never wanted to hang my clean clothes on a rusty old, dirty old fence!!!!

Sam I Am...... said...

What a great song and I love Sara Evans! Cute post and you got me thinking maybe with my dryer broke I could hang my rugs that I just washed over my neighbors fence! LOL! Except there's more rain coming so I'm grateful for my basement clothes line! Have a great day! Hugs ~ Sam

Terri @ Coloring Outside the Lines said...

I like that song! She's definitely got a good fence to hang the wash on!

laurie said...

I love that song and its a beauty of a photo!

JoAnn ( Scene Through My Eyes) said...

What a song - and a great fence with the laundry - I doubt that I've ever seen anyone hang their laundry on the fence. Enjoy your day my friend. We finally have warm sunshine - I plan to spend a lot of time outdoors today.

carolann said...

Fun post!

Stacey said...

Beautiful picture! I enjoyed the song too. Love me some country music. :)

Catherine Holman said...

Great picture and I love that song too!

Linda @ A La Carte said...

Love Sara Evans! Thanks for the smile to start the day!
hugs,
Linda

LV said...

We always hung cloths outside, until I moved to the city. They are so much fresher and smell clean.

Sarah Beth said...

Oh my, my, what fun! And fresh blueberries too! Yum...

Carla from The River said...

FUN! I am hanging clothes out today. :-)
xx oo
Carla

Back In Thyme Primitives said...

I love that song too! Great pictures. Thanks for sharing!

-Megan

eileeninmd said...

Cute, I have heard the Sara Evans song many times on my country radio station. Great fence find, perfect for the son. Have a happy day!

Dewena said...

Just darling, the whole post! I do love that song too, my feet are tapping now!

Linda aka Crafty Gardener said...

I don't know that song, but love seeing the laundry on the fence.

Deborah Montgomery said...

Don't really listen to country, so this was my first time hearing this. Fun!
I see I've missed some of your posts -- off to catch up!

Yesteryear Embroideries said...

Ha! I love it!

Cheryl @ TFD said...

I just knew who you were going to mention when I saw your blog title in my side bar! Sara Evans. I've never mentioned it in a blog post but Sara didn't live far from us when she was a youngster. She went to the same school as my kids for many years. They even rode the school bus together. I know her mother and step-dad and in fact her mother was a bus driver for the school district for many years. We are very proud of Sara and her accomplishments coming from such a small town. We moved to another, slightly bigger town and didn't see Sara in the area once she became a country star, but I know she often comes back to visit family.

Red Rose Alley said...

Diane, I just love to see clothes hanging on the clothes line. Don't see it often these days. What an awesome picture, and a wonderful song. I didn't know you liked country music. :~)

love, ~Sheri

Marie C said...

Wonderful tie-in with the song! Cute post!

20 North Ora said...

Even when my Mom had a washer and dryer, she still hungs stuff out on a clothesline when she wanted to. She always dried the sheets on the clothesline.

Have a great weekend.

Judy

Primitive Stars said...

How can you not sing along to that song!!! Love the clothes along the fence, Blessings Francine.

Vee said...

I'll be listening when I get home! Love the clothes on the fence. Sometimes I hang things on the deck.

Christine said...

A very cool fences post! Have fun!

Linda Walker said...

Hi Diane!
I was just wondering whether I should put up a clothesline while I was waiting for my food tonight. We went for a quick dinner at our favorite spot with outdoor dining and we waited over an hour for the food to arrive, grrrr. For some reason I started thinking how nice it would be to smell clothes after they had dried on the clothesline.....it is never good to leave me unattended for too long. LOL! Love that photo Diane!
xo
Linda

Simply Shelley said...

I haven't heard the song, but I've hung my wash on a fence more than a few times.
lol hugs my friend. I shared some dolly finds on my new blog. In case you would like to see ;)

Sherry@Back2Vintage said...

I've hung lots of clothes on a line.... we didn't have a fence. Love the pic and the song.

camp and cottage living said...

If I run out of clothesline I'll know where to hang my clothes!

Lorrie said...

I don't know the song, but the fence is great! Who needs a clothesline, or a dryer?

Arlene said...

I am not familiar with the song but I remember many sunny days hanging clothes on the line and running out to get them down if it looked like it was going to rain!!

Happy@Home said...

Cute post, Diane. I can just picture you and your hubby busting out in song upon discovering this fence. Smile :).

Jen @ The Light Laughed said...

I've never heard of her, so now you have me intrigued and I have to do a search for her music.

Thanks for changing the link, I'm slowing finding everyone from Muddy Boot Dreams...

Jen

Tree Hugger - Suzan said...

Nothing like hanging the clothes out on the clothes line!! Rather fence!!
Will do the same thing!!!

Musings from Kim K. said...

I always enjoy your creative fence pics. Happy "almost" weekend!

Felicia said...

love it Diane. what a great find.

NanaDiana said...

LOVE it, Diane!!!! What a fun post- xo Diana

Ida said...

Very resourceful people to use the fence as a clothes line. Fun fence find.

Deb~Paxton Valley Folk Art said...

Great makedo clothesline! Thanks for the video, never heard that song before, it's great!

Deb @ Frugal Little Bungalow said...

love the shot of the laundry on the fence! :)