• RAMBLING VINES
    RAMBLING VINES

RAMBLING VINES

Boy, howdy, when the weather decides to change it can do it in a hurry. It rained every single day for a week and was unseasonally warm nearly all Fall. That’s before a Northerner blew in early Sunday night and showed out in a big way. I knew without going outside that it was cold because of the way the floors sounded when I started walking on them Monday morning. I bundled up and made it just fine, but I had a few doubts about Old Blu before we got to town. . . sort of coughing and spluttering along.

I’ve never been smart enough to come up with an idea that makes me any money, but I can sure see room for improvement on a lot of standard household furnishings.

Take as a for-instance window shades. Why aren’t they designed to raise from the bottom to the top, instead of pulling down from the top. No one ever peeks in the top portion of a window, yet it has to be closed to insure privacy at the bottom half of the window.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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