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The haunted bench stood quite lonely in the meadow of my dreams. Did that shadow just move? No it can’t be! Wait! What! ….
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Reminds me of a bench I saw that did have two silhouettes painted on it.
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I’m glad I snapped that one. It resides near a walking track. No telling how many years of sweaty people sitting there it took to wear the paint off.
I walked by it the week after I took the photo and noticed it had been repainted.
It’s like you captured all the memories that have been made on that bench. 🙂
Hope you can find time to drop by the Blog Party http://yadadarcyyada.com/2015/03/17/march-madness-spring-fling-blog-party/ and share your amazing blog with others. 🙂
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Thanks! I might do. Behind on a post that has to go early tomorrow right this sec.