Hanging Up : Square Up (19)

Here we go for some washing hanging up to dry:

Linked to January Squares at Becky’s here

30 comments

  1. Cuba? 🙂 🙂 Sorry about the shopping. Noone in your circle who could drop some stuff off for you?

  2. Alex gets his delivered through Amazon, but you have to have a Morrisons nearby I think.

  3. Good choice for Up, Sue.
    (I went to our huge Tesco yesterday, and it was almost empty. Nobody allowed in without a mask, and all staff wearing them too.)
    Best wishes, Pete.

  4. Sorry to read about not getting a slot, Sue. You are vulnerable, shielding, and should be on the list months ago. Try just after midnight with Morrisons. Fingers crossed!

  5. maristravels

    I like a house where you can guess the ages of the inhabitants by the washing hanging on the line.

  6. I can smell the fresh air on those sheets. Wonderful photo Sue. 😀

  7. I love hanging laundry outside. In summer in Arizona, laundry dries almost before you put it outside. 🙂 I find it hard to believe that there are places where you’re not allowed by law to put laundry outside. I will never understand that.

    janet

  8. I grew up without being able to see the neighbors, so I didn’t know about their laundry. Where I live now I get a chuckle out of seeing the variety of clothing, particularly intimates, hung so cavalierly on the line. Love the photo.

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