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Monday, July 27, 2015
Old Barns and Old People
I hope ya'll enjoy this video as much as I do.. Be sure your Speakers are on before you click it..
Susie, I loved the music. That was very good about the old barn. I absolutely love all wooden barns and hate to see them falling down. Our neighbor down the road had his burned down by the fire department ...they do drills then...but boy what a waste of all that lumber. My house in town had a mantle made from old bridge boards...that were ran over for years by cars. There was a slight bow in it but I loved what it meant. The chimney was made of bricks from our old high school. There was meaning in our home. I absolutely love recycling wood and bricks. Blessings to you dear Susie. xoxo,SusieReplyDelete
Thank you Susie. I hate it when they tear them down.. So much history left behind.. We have a big picture of an old barn that hangs in our living room and my brother made the frame from the old barn that daddy built many years ago. I cherish it.. I love recycling wood as well.Delete
That was very meaningful video. Barns are beautiful in general, but I did not realize that old barns can get attractive like that. The analogy is beautiful too. I hate to see wood go to waste also. Good thing that the barn was used to decorate somebody's home.ReplyDelete
Thank you Munir.Delete
Nice video, Susie. Thanks for sharing it.ReplyDelete
Thank you Daisy.Delete
Thanks, Susie, for visiting my blog and reminding me of this video. It was great! I played in an old barn, which was left until it fell down. One time it held a rabid cow and later Daddy made some picture frames for me from a board taken from the stall where she was kept. That was a frightening time for our family. The last time I saw the barn, it had fallen in, but there were the remains of a little cabinet Daddy had made for my sister. I wanted it so badly but it was unsafe to try to get it out.ReplyDelete
I bet that was a scary experience Charlotte.. ThanksDelete
Oh Susie, this is beautiful and perfect. Thank you, thank you, from the bottom of my heart, dear friend.ReplyDelete
Thank you Susie! I'd love to see one of those beautiful old barns.ReplyDelete