Thursday, May 14, 2015

re-soled...







 While my laptop was in the hospital and I was washing windows, I did some wondering:
I wonder if a person's bedroom says more about a person than any of their other living spaces.






If so, I'm in danger of being boring as all get out!  I still can't leave my bedroom without making the bed...





Watch out for white haired grannies... The only damn thing keeping this one from hitting the road to see a cowman... 



is that the favorite boots are in the shop being re-soled.





18 comments:

  1. Re-soled -- or --- re-souled?

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  2. Those are the exact same lamps we have on either side of our bed except for the different colored shades I bought for them.

    And - after allowing the bed to air for an hour or so, we always make it up.

    So I guess we're boring, too.

    You're boots will be back in no time at all. Promise.

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  3. I thought real Cowpokes didn't need boots.

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  4. LL: Boots don't have souls!

    ADRIENNE: Pretty sure you are not falling in the boring category. I'm still curious as to whether bedrooms reflect the people that live in them...

    WOODSTERMAN: Nope, barefoot is altogether another critter.

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  5. I think in many cases the entire house reflects who lives there. The only thing about a bedroom is the hidden slob could be revealed more than the rest of the house.

    My bedroom is gorgeous, classic, and neat as a pin (if I do say so myself ;-) My bathroom, however, needs a shovel taken to it by the end of the week. All my clothes end up in a pile on a chair. I do put away my makeup and hair stuff, though.

    The first thing I look at in someone's house is their bookshelves.

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  6. Good to know shoe repair shops still exist in this throw away society.
    Not sure what my bedroom would say out side of that I really like orange.

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  7. ADRIENNE: My bedrooms have always been neat, clean, fresh air, and quiet or great music, with lots of books & no TV. The furniture in this one is not mine and not my style, but it's liveable. Would love to see a pic of yours if you don't mind.

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  8. ARKANSAS PATTI: We have a great shoe repair place.
    Orange you say! Oh my gosh!

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  9. I commented with a heavy sense of metaphor.

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  10. LL: LOL, well of course you did cause "all the world's a stage"

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  11. Once the boots are back there will be no stopping you. You go girl!!!

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  12. GRANNYMAR: Gosh GM, I hope so... he's handsome...

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  13. Depending on where you sent them, you may be 'stuck' for a while... :-)

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  14. A made bed is a happy bed. I always think.

    Not that I have Basic Training Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, (BTPTSD) or anything.

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  15. So long as the corners are sharp and ship-shape the bed will be perfect.

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  16. OLDNFO: They never seem to be in a hurry do they!

    LSP: I had a strict mother as a child, and that's where I contracted it.

    LL: Can't remember who taught me tight corners, I thought I would out grow it but no...

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  17. I was in the army a long time, and I didn't even want to contemplate what would happen to me if I didn't make my bed (we called them bunks) each day.

    Now that I'm no longer in uniform, I am OK with an unmade bed; kind of my petty way of sticking it to the Sergeant Major. The wife, however, does not see it that way...

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  18. FREDD: Old habits, once when I worked nights at the hosp. Didn't turn on the light, made the bed, the Cowman was still in it...

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