Six Word Saturday

Enjoying barefoot and pedal pushers weather!

Maryann on Jimmy's stone steps. Photo taken 1964 - Copyright Genealogy Sisters

“Maryann on Jimmy’s stone steps.”  – Copyright Genealogy Sisters

I’m enjoying the beautiful weather today, and I hope it is nice in your neck of the woods, too. Had a wonderful holiday with my family! I will get back to doing genealogy research soon. Housework can also wait, because I’m taking a book out on the porch, along with a cup of tea, and a few doggie biscuits for my Chesapeake Bay Retriever, and kicking off my shoes. Call them pedal pushers, or capris, or clam diggers – they are perfect for springtime. My pedal pushers today have dirt on the knees, since I planted a new butterfly bush.

For more bloggers participating in Six Word Saturday, please go to Cate’s blog, Show My Face. Happy Saturday!

Copyright 2015 by Maryann Barnes and Genealogy Sisters.


About Maryann Barnes

I live in Virginia and enjoy meandering walks back into the past. I also enjoy old photographs and sharing family research.
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3 Responses to Six Word Saturday

  1. Barefoot pedal pusher weather sounds perfect. 🙂 Great photo.

  2. I love “pedal pushers” as we used to call them! I grew up in Southern California and we always went barefoot, and wore pedal pushers! Now I live in Kansas and I still love to wear them when weather permits! 🙂

    Happy Saturday!

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