show of hands


quit google+ again
not sure why

words with friends crashed my iPad
several times

loved those hands
fishs eddy

so many things 
i really
 dont need
so many things
 i want 
anyway 

and you?





25 comments:

  1. thankful for what I have but am always finding something that catches my eye...curiosity I guess. Right now, my obsession is with all things yarn (even if I am the slowest knitter in the world!) needles and hooks.
    Hope your mood has brightened a bit!
    How is the weather there? Cold and rainy here -
    Oh, those hands caught my eye in another of your photos, so much fun!

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  2. I collect less than I use to.. but I
    am always looking for just that one last
    thing..

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  3. I loved Fishs Eddy too ~ rainy here again and I'd better get moving or I'll be late for work. Just wanted to come say hello this morning and here you are, giving me a hand. Thanks!

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  4. I never tried Google Plus.
    Love those hands! Lots of great decorating uses for them.
    I am pretty content. Today. :-)
    xo.

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  5. Love the hands! I quite g+ a long time ago. Do I really need to be connected all the time to everyone in multiple ways?

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  6. I think I will remove all my photos from G+. The photography community on there is huge, but unless you are very very engaged, nobody cares anyway.
    I don't think I would want those hands in my house. I do seem to want things I don't need, but mostly I believe they are useful....like many many pairs of boots, for example.

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  7. I find myself wanting less and less in terms of material things
    ever since Sandy I have been donating a lot and liking how much less I have to clean and move and keep

    my niece uses these hands to hold her rings and gloves

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  8. Spare hands? What are these used for? To display rings?

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  9. I could use an extra pair of hands... ;-)

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  10. I have a hand similar to those made of cobalt blue glass. I was trying to resist it, but my sister-in-law convinced me I "needed" it for my jewelry parties. Mostly it sits in my bathroom, wearing my extra jewelry, and I absolutely love it!

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  11. I tried Google+ for about a day. Whilst I am a great Google fan, I just don't feel that I need yet another social media site to take up more of my time. Love the photo :).

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  12. I can't recall a time that I ever said, "I'm going to teh store to buy some mini hands." Another reason I love New York.

    They're calling for SNOW here tonight. I can't wait! Five thousand days of rain is grating on my last nerve.

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  13. This cracked me up...I could always use some extra hands around the house. Maybe they could clean while I'm at work. They remind me of one of stands down the Jersey shore where they make a replica of your hand in wax...have no idea why! I do have one fake hand with a shirt sleeve on it...we stick it out of an office file cabinet during Halloween. People come in the office and don't know what to say...I like that. Good post...hands down!

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  14. Are they decorative? I wouldn't have anyplace to put a new hand!

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  15. Busy hands are happy hands. An acquaintance of mine hit me up. Google+ is just bombarding him with lots of my stuff. Neither one of us is in each other's circle. I experiment around with it but it seems like a solution in search of problem. Instagram when I restarted is kind of a disappointment. I like your stuff and a few others, other than that I get lots of businesses "liking" my pics. I least I don't have the porno girls bombarding my pics yet like I did before. Facebook is more and more businesses and my Oklahoma friends are going nuts over Obama's executive actions. Comparing him to Hitler.

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  16. Interesting....what's the difference I wonder between the tall and short?? For what purpose.....

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  17. The photo made me laugh! And wonder why people would want to buy some fake hands...

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  18. A present for the person who has everything,,I mean they're bound not to have a hand right!

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  19. Yep, I am still downsizing. No impulse buying. At first I thought these were candles. You could 'burn your fingers.'

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  20. But it's so much fun to want things!! Especially things you didn't even know existed until you see them! lol

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  21. Someday I have got to go to Fishs Eddy! I really don't buy myself much "stuff" anymore but yes I still drool over it....I went to two stores today just browsing and had things in my hands in both stores but ended up putting everything back...just stuff I really didn't need.

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