Stripping away the rose colored glasses of denial concerning my reality. Getting in touch with truth. Reaching out to others in empathy concerning their reality and their walk to truth.

Wednesday, April 8, 2015

G is for Gutters













Oh that gutter ~
Makes me stutter.
D-d-dang leaves.
Too many trees!

32 comments:

  1. I could never get our gutters to work at our old house. The leaves would back up and we'd have a lovely waterfall over our front door. Now I live in CA and we don't worry about rain too much :)

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    1. I just left your blog home. Great "G" day for you, (smile).

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  2. I like it when the English people say I'M SO GUTTED ABOUT IT :)

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  3. Too funny, I hear this all the time from the men around the house....

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  4. Yes we English do have an expression about being gutted,

    Great subject Dixie, well done.
    Enjoy your day.

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    1. I wish!! Hope the Thunderclap went well!!

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    1. Come on over and I'll give you you're own special rake. (smile)

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  7. I'm not sure we have gutters here; I'm sure we do, but wonder what will collect in them. I'll have to take a look when I go out walking in a little bit.

    betty

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  8. Now that all the oak leaves are on the ground and in the gutters, we have to get to this job as well!

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    1. Hope they're not those tiny pen oak leaves - what a ain!

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  9. Now that I live in a house, not an apartment, I'm going to have to clean out those gutters. Ugh!

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    1. Might as well get a large plastic tarp to pitch them down to... then bag them.

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  10. Don't spit and sputter, it's fun to have your mind in the gutter

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    1. Is there more to this poem or must I visit your bay to learn the way??~:))

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  11. We could use some gutters over our porch. Untethered Realms / MPax

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    1. I'll send you mine - I have lots of them.

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  12. Thanks for the reminder! I need to get my partner up on the ladder this weekend to clean out our gutters before winter.

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  13. We used to get pine straw in our gutters in NC. Bloody nuisance.

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    1. Pine is awful I get oak, hazelnut, walnut, and the awful sticker balls.

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  14. Ours were invaded by ivy- l am not good with heights! Got a very decorative piece of ivy wood which is now our reusable Christmas tree, however :-)

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  15. We have pine needles here....
    Very annoying....
    Cheers!
    Linda :o)

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    1. I don't like the sap. cheers to you too :)

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  16. Cleaning the gutters is hardwork. Something I can do without. Maybe now that most of the trees near our home are gone this job won't be such a nightmare.

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    1. Oh Cathy, I know. I lost a big tree two years ago and no more leaves from that,

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