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14 May 2011
On my mind ...
This is a Friday photo feature that anyone with a blog can join. It opens the door to us sharing our lives through these photos and gives us all a new way to discover each other, and maybe form new friendships. Your photo should show something at home that you're thinking about TODAY. If you're in another country you should join in when you read this, even if it's still Thursday.
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I did write this post yesterday but it got lost in the Blogger chaos. I notice Thursday's post is missing as well.
I'm thinking about loofahs. We have a small number of them growing at the moment and they need picking and skinning. I'll be doing that tomorrow (today), along with several other of my home tasks.
I am looking forward to a productive, but relaxed, weekend. I hope you have the same. Thank you for you visits here over the past week. I'll see you again soon!
ADDITION: Some readers are wondering what a loofah is. It's like a cucumber, grows on a vine, and when small, can be eaten as a vegetable. But the reason we grow them is because they make a very good sponge in the shower. You've probably seen them in shops and thought they were a sponge. Sponges grow in the sea, loofahs grow on a vine.