I giggled at *marvels of engineering*.... too funny! Lovely shot.
I love your window! Bright, cheery, real!Deanna
Love the sunlight shining through. Enjoy your Friday and have a nice weekend, Vee.
"Marvels of engineering"...love it! I always love your kitchen window shots. I have a thing about windows. Yikes! Friday already!
Sweet window. You have a great weekend too.Debbie
Another nice vignette on this window sill, it sure has possibilities. "Marvels of engineering" from John is a compliment; aren't women homemaker engineers anyway? :-)Judith
Love your window sill shots and your header Vee!! I like to stack my sink as well and let things airdry - that's reality over here. Happy weekend to you and yours!
Happy weekend to you too. Glad to see the sun coming through that window for a change.
Beautiful picture, Vee..and isn't it unbelievable how us women can stack a pile of dishes that look like expert engineering? LOL had to laugh at your saying that..made me think of just how much time I spend on stacking mine just right so they won't topple over...LOL would be easier to dry them and put them away...but I continue to love to stack them up...thanks for making me laugh..Love, Mona
Love it! Keeping it real. All our kitchen sinks areas have 'stuff' around them. I have dirty glasses, a vase of sweet peas on the windowsill, a vase of cosmos by the sink, a cuke and green pepper next to the sink and dirty cutlery and bowls in the sink. That's life. :) I hope you have a great weekend Vee and John! Hugs.
It's very pretty, Vee...:) Sometimes, just our everyday living areas can still be very pretty.I was going to link my Wed to your note card party but since it's closed, i will concentrate on Sept. cards. Oh, dear...SEPTEMBER ALREADY...well, nearly.
Haha, I KNEW you had some engineering skill in you! The nice things about headers is that they are meant to be selective crops. And have I told you how clever it is to have the blog title lined up along the window frame? I didn't? Well, I meant to because I sure have been thinking it!I certainly enjoyed the note card party again this month. You give the BEST parties! And I always seem to get the most blog traffic when I participate. I don't even get half the traffic for my own photo party! So I'm very grateful for your friends and your friendship!
Beautiful, it must cheer you every time you look at it.
As I think I mentioned in my last comment, I LOVE that picture and view! Dishes, tomatoes, or life happening doesn't matter...love it just the same! Standing there to do dishes would be soo nice. Have a wonderful week-end Vee!
Engineering is right. Women can do it all. Love this shot a lot.
Pretty flowers in those glass vases! My husband loads the dishwasher like the engineer that he is. It is always a puzzle for me in the morning when I unload it, trying to take the right pieces out, one at a time.
I had to laugh at Johns comment about your dishes. He would say the same about mine too. : )
Oh don't worry about me! I enjoy having you join in! :)Your window is so pretty with the flowers in the vases. The tomatoes look pretty too though in a different way. :)
It's always fun to stack the the draining tray, mine often looks a bit woobley.Merle......
Love this window shot! Is that the sun on your window? It looks like a blue sky through the trees.
It is blue sky through the trees. Someone brought the sun and it has been with us for over a week! Will wonders never cease?
I always enjoy seeing your kitchen window pics. Your flowers are gorgeous! I love how you keep it real with the dishes stacked up. Makes me feel right at home. Smiles,Carol
The flowers on your window sill are so pretty! Are they all from your garden?I stack my dishes in big piles in the drainer, too, Vee! I hardly ever use my dishwasher, unless I have company.Have a good weekend!
And here's from one who saw that scene in 3D (real life)...looking even lovelier. Oh, and there were no dishes stacked in racks, that I recall!
Can feel like that sometimes when trying to stack too much.
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