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Sunday, April 1, 2012

MISS FAYE'S SITTIN' PORCH

MISS FAYE'S  'SITTIN" PORCH WITH MULTI--PURPOSE USE.
A BIT OF ROCKING CHAIR CONVERSATION, A FEW WASHABLES SET TO DRYING,
AND A SWING FOR RELAXING.

MISS FAYE
ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KENTUCKY 

12 comments:

  1. All the comforts of her home.

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    1. Birdman -- I could live easily in this country home and feel all of its comforts -- thanks for the comment -- barbara

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  2. I would love to sit on that porch and get to know her.

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    1. Birdie -- I'm sure Miss Faye would welcome you as she did me. -- barbara

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  3. You don't often get people in your photos. I was happy to see Miss Faye in her capris and stocking feet -- a lady who knows how to relax, I think, and has a fine place to do it on a pretty, sunny spring day.

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    1. June --I take photos of folks when they are willing. Miss Faye was willing plus she was a sweet woman who loved to smile and talk. Her country landscape was beautiful. thanks June -- barbara

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  4. It looks like the perfect sort of front porch to me and very functional. LOVE the header photo.

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    1. Michelle -- Love livable front porches. Thanks for the very nice comment on my header. It is a remnant from a Kentucky quilt. Guess I should identify it. -- barbara

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  5. How can you feel so instantly, gloriously, happily at home just seeing this picture? She is precious. Photos like this one always renew my dream of moving to a place where the pace is slower, the porches longer and wider, and the clothesline ready for Monday mornings washing.

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    1. Auntea -- You sure sound like a country girl, maybe not now but formerly. Kentucky is beautiful with lots of country places. Follow your bliss -- barbara

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  6. There is such charm in these pictures. I'm glad that there is a corner of the world where such things live on.

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  7. Hattie -- Where I live you will find lots of real charm. The traditional ways are still evident. Thanks for the comment -- barbara

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