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Thursday, February 26, 2015

Good Fences #49

Hello Friends.  -  Before I share this weeks Good Fences post I'd like to thank each and everyone that sent up prayers and well wishes for my husband.  -  He's been back at work this week and seems to be doing fine although this morning he was complaining a bit about having some mild discomfort in his chest.  He's seeing a doctor this morning so he'll be able to talk to him about that while he's there and he has his appointment with the Cardiologist scheduled for Monday.  I truly appreciate your support and prayers.  It means a lot to both of us.

Now let's join Theresa (The Run-a-round Ranch Report) for GOOD FENCES








When Coleen and I walked up to the park last week I spotted this rather weathered picket fence in need of a new coat of paint.  I stopped and snapped a couple of pictures of it. 

After I uploaded them I noticed something on one of the wrungs that made me laugh.  Did anyone spot it in the picture above?

How about now? 



Give up?.....okay here's a close up of the post I'm talking about.



Doesn't it seem to be sad that it's paint job is in dire need of....well a "New Fresh Coat of Paint!"

Have a great day and thanks for stopping by.

41 comments:

  1. Okay, maybe a bit of scraping, then a lot of painting to do.

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  2. Sorry to hear about your husband. That's scary! Hope he is okay.

    Great fence shots. :)

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  3. Great fence find! I am not sure what I am missing.. I do see possible an animals profile on the last right picket.. Looks like an eye and mouth. I am glad you hubby is doing well, I will keep in my prayers.. have a happy day!

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  4. very cute old fence! love the character of it! glad your husband is doing okay!

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  5. i like this fence and it peeling paint is pretty and it is my first ever sad face fence.. love it and could not find it until the last photo

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  6. Ha! That does look like a sad face. I kinda like this weathered look!

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  7. Ha Ha, how funny!:=O Good find Ida, and good fence picture.

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  8. I came back to say that I didn't know that your husband had not been well, and hope he feels better soon.

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  9. Ah.....what a beauty this one is. I love the character of this old fence. I know it needs a little pain...but wow..think of all that this fence has seen...
    blessings.

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  10. They all have sad faces through the nails as eyes :) But the one especially. Gosh, am I glad that there are more fences in the world that need some paint! I thought I was the only one that has those around ;)
    Have a fine day
    【ツ】Knipsa

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  11. How funny, I've seen the face at once. He is sad, that nobody cames with a pot of paint... ;-)
    Best wishes -

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  12. I spotted it - after you said to look for something. Quite droll :)

    Diana
    http://adifferentlenslens365.blogspot.co.nz/2015/02/gate-to-beach-track.html

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  13. Got it...but you had to show me!!! Very well done!! Cathy

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  14. So cool with the chipping paint.

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  15. Hope all goes well for your hubby...you guys are still in my prayers. I did not see the face till you gave the close up.

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  16. Oh goodness me, how cute that little face on the fence is Ida... well spotted :D)

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  17. I've just been to your older post and read about your husband. What a shock it must have been for you both, but it's really good to know that he's up and around again. All the best to both of you :D) xx

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  18. Love the old "in need of paint" fence. LOL

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  19. I actually like the peeling paint! Gives it character.

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  20. Definitely in need of a 'make-over'.

    Good to learn that hubby is back to work.

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  21. Sending prayers to you and your husband. HUGS B

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  22. What a great fence with lots of character!

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  23. Hi Ida,
    The fence could use a fresh coat of paint - you are right!
    Were you referring to the missing nails in the fence? I didn't see anything else (doesn't mean that there ain't anything else there) funny!

    Have a Beautiful Day!
    Peace :)

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  24. Glad to hear he is up and getting around.

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  25. Oh! I just saw the face in one of the fence posts. (It's taken me about 3 looks to find it!) How funny.

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  26. Ida, I'm so sorry to hear about your husband. You must be worried even though it was "only" a "mild" heart attack. O hope the appointment with the cardiologist will bring more clarity, and I do hope that he recovers completely.
    Your fence is wonderful - I actually like the weathered look. I did see the sad face - it definitely is not happy with the old chipped paint.

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  27. Looks like Tom Sawyer needs to come whitewash this fence! :) Glad to hear your hubby is doing better.

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  28. I didn't spot it in the first picture, but it jumped right out at me in the second. Tee hee! Had to show Rich. This fence has so much character, and I do mean character. I hope your hubby gets himself all fixed up soon. The right meds will probably do the trick. I know this must be worrisome for you.

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  29. Great fence shots. Perhaps need a lick of paint!

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  30. Glad to hear that your husband is getting better. Hope all goes well with the cardiologist.
    Great fence, but yes it could do with a new lick of paint.
    All the best,

    Bonny

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  31. Looks like it's a face struggling against all odds to be happy -- so cute that you saw it. Very glad to hear that things are going better for your better half. Good news, indeed.

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  32. ah, sad fence post is sad! LOL

    It definitely could use a fresh coat, but I wonder if that would turn that frown to a smile? :)

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  33. lol, yew they need to do something about ir :)

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  34. I just love this fence. Great shots. That picket does look a tad miserable doesn't it.

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  35. glad hubby is getting better.

    love the chippy paint picket fence.

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  36. I see it! Hoping to hear a good report on your husband.

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  37. Nice shots of a forgotten little fence!

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