Photos, always...and coffee forever
ha! that sounds funny...I've shared lunch with friends behind the school Church and the sisters would scold us for that...nice memories..even the scoldings now seem sweet :)Nice photo, Lorraine :)love, dev
LOL it just thought it was a nice tranquil Sunday post you got it again ;)
sharing is always a good thing...and i like corn so...smiles.
where is the corn ? the house is really nice though !
I know where the corn is! They've shared it ...;-)Best wishesRalf
Nice shot, Lorraine! Happy Thanksgiving!
Nice photo and verse. _m
I love this photo!! It is nice to share and thanks for doing the small bullet list, it is nice to learn about the people you come to care for in this blogging world!! The 2 men struck me funny!! It might be pretty ineteresting living with 2 men at the same time!! ha just kidding, one is too much a lot of the time!! much love!!
There he is again, that fatuous B.M. leaving his vapid and generic comments..."BM" indeed, ha! Sneer...Sir, ye are a Flatterer and a Knave! I pull thy Beard! I Pluck thine eyebrow! I Further pronounce thy comments Corny and I disbar thee from this Lady's blog. Do not Risk rousing mine Ire by leaving another.
Very cool shot. That is a beautiful little building.
easy on the beard percy...
Qu'elle est belle cette maison. J'adorerais déjeuner sur la terrasse!Bonne journée à toi.
Me to Brian, life in the county can be good :)It's inside Dominique, I could have gone in, but,so many wonderful things t see lol and thanks :)Ralf, you got it lol plus I didnt' want to go in;)and to you too my dear Talon, thanks very muchThanks always Doug :)Thank you so much Cindy B, yet it wasn't until I wrote Ilived with two men, that I realized the possibilities lolSir Silley, I have kind regards, but please I beg of you do not push my BM away!Isn't it country gorgeous, thanks a lot MichaelTruly Brian, do not listen to this Sir Silley althugh Iquite fond of him, I am also quite fond of you and your comments :)N'est-ce pas? merci beaucoup Richard :)
Only you, Fair Lady, mayest push thy BM away. Tis a lonely task; our only friends and helpmates being raisin bran, prunes, benefiber plus etc.For as the Poet said, we are Born alone, we Die alone; and regretably, except, as I understand it, in certain parts of Europe, we must BM alone.
Sir dearest Bisque, thy no longer eat those things, or thy would have to sit on the Throne all day and night. I will sit on the Throne alone my King
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