posted by rel at 10:09 AM
Nice! This one does have a look of eternal sofahood about it. :)
Recycle, reuse, redo! Nice ...
true facts, well stated.
Nice - they don't die - they just age with constant use - become 'lived in'.
Don't they simply 'fade away'?! lol
a third and fourth life in a college rental? Yes, those live on forever, I think.
If even! :-)
its ship's done sailed
They don't die, do they? I'd feel inclined to put a lamp and table next to it!
No, they never ever die...
I've noticed more people place their gently used items on the street to be recycled to those in need...a sign of our times. Enjoyed your verse.
Like old soldiers they never die they fade away. They hold on to their dignity even if its usefulness is no more. Hank
and they always attract a passing salute
This one certainly extends an invitation.
Battered, well-worn furniture has been a trusty friend.Anna :o]
Nice one! LOL
In your first line, I totally expected to read "old sofas die hard." :)
Something very sad about discarded furniture - neatly summed up in you Magpie.
i expect someone will find a use for it come friday night...
Encouraging words for all those sofas out there... :-)
Charming...someone will pick it up, for sure!
Lots of hope here! :)
Dear rel: "never die" sofa company? Can I believe it..yes when I look at this picture that will always remain permanently etched in my mind!
yeah. Except teh discarded ones usually smell like cat pee...
i love the responses to the red couch... looks can be so deceiving...
So very true.....:-)
so many sofas on the street. i wonder why
Hi Rel! I am still alive and kicking...not sure about the "kicking", but I am still terrorising everyone!I hope you have a very Merry Christmas. I will try my best to pay visits more often! Cheers!
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Thanks for stopping by my blog.Ann
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