LAUGHING ALL THE WAY FROM TEXAS! can you hear me now? :)
I bet you are! lol
I remember the smell of my grandfather who worked a farm, he didn't smell bad just different from the younger men who didn't work and wore aftershave lotion. I realized a while back that I now smell like my grandfather, the smell of work, I like it.
The smell of work is a good thing. Though, sometimes a bit strong :)
Yes, I remember years like this...now, my grown-up boy is at football camp again, only he is a coach and school teacher. His lovely wife, now has similar laundry!
That's a lot of football clothes and a very long clothes line. I bet it's nice to have him back home. :-)
Did he have fun? How nice to have it all washed and hung out in the fresh air!! ((hugs)), Teresa :-)
Nice to have him back...despite all that laundry!
yep - i can relate to that! different sport, but my boy would return from summer fencing camp with a similar pile of sweaty clothes and gear and i remember wishing i had two washing machines! wonderful quote - and photo ;) nothing beats line drying in the fresh air..
Well I hope he had fun!
I wonder if the smell is just as bad as hockey equipment :) Love the photo!
I know you are glad to have that wash done and hanging in the fresh air!!
Woah, that's a lot of laundry! Judy's comment made me laugh because my husband used to play hockey in college and man oh man, did his equipment smell bad afterwards!
HI Michelle You did warn us and sure enough, you had all that washing. I'm sure you very glad when it was all blowing in the line.
Lol! At least you had a big enough clothesline.
A week's worth of dirty clothes from football camp? Eeeeyuw! Nasty.
Boys do create a lot of washing.Merle..........
Helen Keller was completely amazing wasn't she. Glad camp went smell ...umm I mean well ;)
At least you have the hard part over; the washing....I hope he had fun....
That's so funny, but it can't be as bad as the bag of potatoes I found today in my cellar that has one rotten, gloppy, runny, stinky potato in there fouling all the rest and the cellar too.
Oh, stinking boys. I had two brothers, I know. I'm feeling well enough to comment/reply. Thanks for your nice words. ♥
Happy he made it back and it looks likes the smell is on it's way elsewhere...Great photo, I love clothes line shots.
Ha! Bet you were glad to see him in spite of the laundry. ;)
I guess he 'survived' as well as his clothes.
Seeing your picture brings back good times with my children. Great shot!
Only a mother knows!
Too funny! :-D
Oh, too, too funny! xo
You somewhat creatively misused this quote, but it was too funny!
Funny.....I've seen this same kind of thing around here many times....I love it!!
I can only imagine. And I love laundry on the line pictures, this one tells of good times.
No doubt the socks needed a good wash too.....
Never fear Karen! There were plenty of socks on the other line!
You know you love it! Glad he's back home safe and sound. :)
Glad he's home. Feelin' bad for your nose, though!