12 thoughts on “Amish Wash Day

  1. I have done that in the past but I was finding people were obviously not viewing the whole post; perhaps on the readers page which shows just the first part of the post. One person actually commented that I should write some of my poems with my photos but there was already a poem below it. I tried the other way round and someone else said I should put a photo with my poems. 😕

    Just goes to show, I can’t please everyone.

    However Derrick, your opinion matters and I shall try your suggestion again. 🙂

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  2. mmmm… 🙂

    I wrote a response and changed it 4 times. How about I leave all five responses and you choose. 🙂

    1. I played with the text colour and print for some time but it was the best one I could find. 😟

    2. Amish are private people and wanted to keep some of that privacy. 😦

    3. It’s not the washing you should be looking at. 😛

    4. I usually use photos that I have already shared in my photography section. 😮

    5. Honestly, I have been told this before but those darn Tankas are far too long. 😕

    Number 5 is closer to the truth. I just find the Tankas are boring without a photo. It’s the photos that inspires me when I write Tankas. I’ve written Tankas for less than a year and I’m thinking very seriously that they’re not for me. sigh…

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  3. Nah… a holiday after an illness. I visited a handful of states and believe it or not, I stayed with writer and editor friends. I had only met 2 who had visited Australia previously. The rest I met online but all part of the same group of writers. I met other group members who travel to meet me at varies places I stayed.

    My husband went to great lengths to check them out and actually, he organized the whole trip. 🙂

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  4. Thanks.

    I took this photo back in 2008 when I visited Ohio. I misplaced the disc I had saved that part of my USA trip photos until recently. I immediately saved them onto a USB and put the photos to good use.

    My Ohio visit was one I will never forget thanks to my host family.

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