A Pieceful Life

A Pieceful Life

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Saturday, August 23, 2014

Whaddaya Think?

Getting ready for this trip, I pulled out a pair of jeans to take along.  Old, worn, good to wear around the campfire and out in the dirt.  I knew they had some thin spots.

And then I put them on:

116.Torn jeans

We joked that I was right up with the times!  After all, isn’t this the way kids wear their clothes these days?

But every time I bent my let, my knee poked out.  Somehow it just wasn’t all that comfortable.  At least it isn’t my rear end everybody is seeing!

So whaddaya think?  Should I toss them?  And invest in a new pair?

But they’re so comfie otherwise.  Or maybe patch them – not so sure they’d be all that comfie any more.  And what’s that old saying about not putting new patches on old skins?

Sad to see them go!                      Blessings, Peg

4 comments:

  1. Patch them, you need an old pair for camp where anything can happen to them, new pair when you get back, for home.

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  2. Can you cut them and make shorts out of them?

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  3. Keep them for Saturdays........
    So nice to meet you. Now I can put a face to our chats.
    Hope your party went well

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  4. You could always turn them into a jeans rag quilt!

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