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cue a short break in the coughing to hang out the washing

No, I'm not clear exactly what she's trying to achieve either. 

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But if I diverted you for a second, then my work here is done. 

xxx

5 Comments on “cue a short break in the coughing to hang out the washing

Jacob
February 11, 2011 at 12:52 am

Ah, you were successful. And I am thankful. This is a nice photo essay on a day when the windchill on my bike-commute to work was -12F. I had to peel the icicles off my eyeballs. (I love riding in the cold, though, so it really isn’t a complaint.)

We use a close-that often becomes some kind of game or obstacle around our house.

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Sue
February 11, 2011 at 3:33 am

Clothes pegs are soooooo fun! We have a few lurking in the kitchen, and they make their way onto all sorts of odd things- currently hanging off the back ends of the booster seat straps.

Thanks for the diversion- loving the cutie, and the dress, and the green, and the outdoors! Oh, my feet are bare, too, inside my 2 pairs of socks and Doc boots!

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dad
February 11, 2011 at 6:46 am

Ahhhh how about using the slope of the ground kid Grand does it all the time.

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innerpickle
February 11, 2011 at 6:51 am

yep, pick the lowest point of the ground under the clothesline? Matilda-logic is a special place. xx

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Sarah
February 11, 2011 at 10:55 am

Dear Tilly,
I’d stay well away from the washing. For there will be PLENTY enough of that when you’re big. Take it from one who knows.
Much love,
Sarah

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