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Monday, July 13, 2015

I found another post I think you'll love

You know it is really a shame we only have so many hours a day to read blogs.  When I go blog exploring I find so many good posts.  Here is another one I think you'll enjoy.  It's about The Front Porch love.


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  1. This post, is on 'The Farmer's Daughter' blog. One I used to follow, in one of my past blogging "incarnations." ,-)

    Yes, I have had quite a lot more, than just one blog, over the years. When one "runs out of steam", for whatever reason, I up and make another one.

    Actually, there used to be a name for this kind of thing, in Live Journal, where I began my blogging journey, years ago. It was called being "Emo" and it covered a multitude of "blogging sins." -chuckle-

    Hey, I feel a 'memory lane' post coming on. Like how I started in blogging.... By being given an invite to Live Journal, by a young man living in Belfast... Met on an international Mailing List.

    Eeeeeek! Rambling!!! Time to get off the computer...

    Tessa

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  2. Some very inviting front porches pictures there!

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    1. The big house in front of me has a front porch with a swing. I always babysit the porch when they are away!

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  3. Thank you, Barbara, for mentioning my porch post. I'm glad you enjoyed it! It's fun to take the occasional walk down memory lane.

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    1. I've really been enjoying grandmother stories lately. My oldest grandson is too busy to visit much but the granddaughter has discovered the joys of visiting Nana. I often think of my grandmothers and the times I spent with them.

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  4. all the homes in upstate new york seemed to have porches when i was growing up! i have wonderful memories of them.
    and seemingly all with old comfortable white wicker furniture! maybe why my love for white wicker continues today.
    and my love of porches! xo

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    1. In my little 1950s neighborhood in Texas, we all had screened in back porches. The neighborhood I live in now, much older than my childhood area, all had front porches. Unfortunately, because my current area is so close to downtown. They are buying up these older homes and building new townhouses. Can't stop progress, if you want to call it that.

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