Monday, March 16, 2009

Wind Dance



It was such a joy seeing these clothes fluttering in the wind yesterday. It reminded me how things change right before your eyes and you don't even know. How often do you see this anymore? Everybody, or so it seems, has a washer and dryer. I have a little line in the back yard and it's so nice to be able to hang out a quilt or some pretty lace to dry but laundry?

God bless you, Diane

4 comments:

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Hi Diane, My mother always hung our clothes out on the line. I love smelling sheets and pillow cases after they have been dried outside on the line. There's just nothin' better.

In our community, there is a rule saying you cannot hang clothes outside. Bummer!!!! BUT--I use a rack inside and also have a line inside of my garage, to keep from using the dryer alot.

Thanks for a neat post.
Hugs,
Betsy

* lisa * said...

Diane, I love this post, my pal, Keri at A Country Life blog and I were emailing about this today! IMHO there is no sweeter scent than line dried laundry! Thanks for the gentle reminder, life can change within seconds.

Jayne said...

My grandmother hung everything on the line when I was growing up. She had an old ringer washer, but no dryer. I remember seeing everything fluttering in the wind and smelling sheets baked in sunshine.

Jill said...

A wonderful post Diane. I still can remember the fresh smell of the clothes.I still see a few people who hang their was out once in awhile.
Have a wonderful day!
Hugs
Jill.