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Tuesday, December 01, 2009

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magiceye

wonderful take on the theme!

Dina

Interesting how you connected waiting with dry cleaning. :)

Jim K

Nice choice, I wish we had a place like that here.

Auntie E's Garden

Very ruby inside. happy RT

Amanda Moore

I wish we had a reputable place like this in my town..... nope they just come and go! Great for RT and MWT!

julie scottsdaledailyphoto.com

very interesting post for theme day. i learned a little. happy theme day

Carver

It's good to see businesses remain over time. So much is new and short lived.

East Gwillimbury WOW!

If they have been around for a while they must do a great job!

Martha

Happy Ruby Tuesday!

cieldequimper

Oh this is excellent. I was wondering what the take on the theme was here, it's fantastic!

B : )

Lovely touches of red. The not so obvious ones are the best!! Thanks for visiting my blog for your first time, and I hope you come back again soon. I try to keep it interesting. B : )

Sue

I WONDER if Lindley Smith was named for the Lindley park neighborhood where the cleaners in located? also, for years and years, the shop overwintered red geraniums in the front windows.

dianne

that's a huge dry cleaner!!

Jacob

Pretty clever, getting two theme post in on one day!

I don't take clothes to be dry cleaned as I don't have anything worth dry cleaning any more. I mean, I'm retired. Who needs to dry clean old tee shirts and shorts? And when my sandals get really dirty, I just toss 'em and buy a new pair on sale somewhere! :-)

You Got A Posty

Cute pick, mini ruby inside the shop.

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