Sunday, November 20, 2016

Sunday Black and White














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    1. Thanks for stopping. The clocks are from a store in a little Village north of Indianapolis, Indiana. Mom has a widowed friend that lives there with her many dogs. The village has brick lined streets and a number of quaint shops and really neat places to eat. She loves visiting. If you look at the first picture you can see her reflection in the glass.
      Abby Lab

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  2. Well done! Mom says those are the only horses she will ride.

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

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    1. Mom has a lot of horse themed things around the house as she grew up around them, but she has an understanding with horses since her teen years. She won't ride them and they won't step on her foot.
      Abby Lab

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  3. Look at all the detail in those clocks!!! Great black and whites - our favs are those of the sweet lab:)

    Woos - Lightning and Misty

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  4. Love BnW collection. Oh that coffee + steam and of course Abby's toys

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  5. the mama awwwed and ohed for the horses... it's one of her dreams to have such a horse... even when her ice cream cemetery is too big now to ride them, she thinks only to touch such a horse can take her back to childhood for a moment

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  6. Pawesome photos!!! We love the coffee mug one da best :)

    xoxo,
    Matt & Matilda

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  7. We can't find the comment box on your "snow" post. We keep getting routed to this post, but we sure would love to come join you in that glorious white stuff.

    Woos - Lightning and Misty

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  8. I think blogger comments are haunted. People couldn't see the comment box today, even though I had not changed any settings and now this post is showing the comments for other Sunday Black and Whites!

    LB

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