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Monday, February 9, 2009

Simple Pleasure of the Day...

.....is a new stack of bar mops. And if you have been blogging with
me for a while, you know that I like to ceremonially
pitch the old! In this case, the old towels went to the garage
for washing cars and other outside uses.
It doesn't take much to make this homemaker happy!

18 comments:

  1. That is a really neat stack - they look as if they been ironed!;)

    I thoroughly enjoyed reading your old post where you list 7 things about yourself! That was very interesting! I love that you have a ceremony when you get rid of something old; that is really fascinating.
    And until a few years ago, I always looked under the bed before bedtime.;)
    All of the facts were great; as you know, I share the no. 7 with you.;))

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  2. Those would look really cute in my kitchen too, although I'm not really sure what a barmop is, other than the obvious. How big are they compared to a regular kitchen towel?

    No fair not posting the ceremonial tossing to the garage...do the boys tag behind you like a conga line?

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  3. It's the little things, isn't it? Love your shamrock.

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  4. that's so good. Hey, check out my wide bar today, "Mmm currently".

    There was a dedication to you form your hubs and uncle about how good you were. Smile today.

    like the photo.

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  5. Kayren ~ I think bar mop is just a kitchen towel that is highly absorbent and doesn't leave lint...just like you would need for drying glasses at a bar! They are a standard size..nothing fancy..in fact, I got them at Sams Club...$10 for 2 dozen.

    Funny...no conga line when I throw things out...just looks that say, "Mom, you are sooo silly."

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  6. What a lovely stack...new kitchen linens are such a pleasure...no stains...so pristine...

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  7. me too me too~ it is a cleansing of sorts....shhhh do not tell anyone ;0

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  8. LOL. that is so funny about dieing and smiling. LOL. No, no worries Betsy, none of my dreams come true. Well, there was this one.... Err. never mind. No they don't so no probs there!

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  9. I'm glad you explained bar mop cause I didn't know what one was. The simple things that make us happy :-)

    Manuela

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  10. Love the shamrock plant, I've always wanted one!

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  11. Nanny ~ they always have them at Walmart in March...so be on the lookout! :)

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  12. i'm loving your shamrock!!! i haven't had one in years. in fact, i think the last one i had i got as a gift from my son when he was about 20 or so. it was very special!!

    new kitchen towels are the best and your looks so crisp and white!

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  13. Make sure you stop by my blog on Tuesday (or Wednesday). I will be posting a U-Tube video that I'm sure you'll like..You may have already viewed it before, but check it out.

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  14. There is always something satisfying about a fresh new collection of towels. I love your shamrock plant too! My daughter gave me one last year and it's kind of scraggly now.

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  15. Yes!! I'm jealous of your tidiness! I need to get cracking in my household! It's always a mess...

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  16. so white and clean...just looking for dust I am sure!

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