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Fabulous! Which side is yours?!
Oh that is so true and funny!!!
Cool how you used a leaf blower to get them all on his property so neatly! :)
haha love this :)
I'm willing to bet that yours is the side that is free of leaves? My poor yard is full of leaves. Husband travels a lot and every time I go out there to rake my 2 year old insists on playing in the street!
People, please, do you really think mine is the clear side? While I think the whole idea of raking leaves is all romantic and homey, the actual execution of it, is another story.
glad to see you live on the casual side~
Hi Pam, We have one neighbor below us (on the back side) who uses his house as a 'rental' ---so it's empty most of the time. The owner 'hires' someone to do the yard work ---and that person does a very poor job of everything. They only get the leaves up once during this season---and haven't touched them yet. The yard looks horrible. Drives us crazy because even when they do them, they don't do it well... That house/yard is an eye-sore to say the least.Have a great Thanksgiving. We are headed out of town to do some hiking--after a big turkey dinner.Hugs,Betsy
The Fall leaves...love them and hate them. We seem to get ALL of our neighbor's.
LOL! CAn't wait to show this to Husband. It looks like WE live next door. We're the ones buried under leaves, even though we have a dozen bags collected already.If the raked, brilliant green side is yours, can we assume your husband is a grass man?
I love that yours is the leafy one!
Lines of division can become lines of nightmares.Enjoy Thanksgiving.
LOLOLOLOLOLOL OUT LOUD!Life in the Cul de Sac is this photo!
Ha! Which side is yours??
That is soooo funny! I love it. And I don't even care which side is yours! ;)
Couldn't be clearer. Hilarious ;-)When the first leaf drops, our neighbour jumps into action, gets out his very loud leafblower and starts blowing 9 to 5. For weeks!We rake. Endlessly. And then some more.
Sometimes the line is obvious. Like with my fence.
Looks clear to me in this pic! Love it!
The key is to recognize, as you obviously do, that leaves are mulch, and protect your grass from the over winter. Also, it's excellent if you let the leaves blow into the garden and add to your garden soil.It's all in the perspective. Nature wants the leaves on the ground for a reason, not in garbage bags.
Ha!...and Rachel poses an interesting question.
That's awesome! That is similar to our property line. Thank goodness we have nice neighbors.Kashahttp://grubandstuff.blogspot.com
You make me laugh!I've been reading you for a while and am giving you a blog award. Come check my site if you are interested. No big deal if you're not. Just want you to know i enjoy your writing.Thanks, and Happy Thanksgiving! :-)
Leave it to the leaves! That would definitely hold up in a court of law. ;)
Forget raking, just use a match:)
I've always wondered what that'slike - in Australia every house has to have a fence going around the border of your house, the only thing that can cause an argument is the upkeep of the fence
Such a funny illustration of property line! Loved it. :)
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