three on thursday

I asked why are they all different times?
She replied they all need batteries
Suffice it to say 
my sister 
inherited 
our father's 
fascination 
with 
clocks.

11 comments:

  1. I'm fascinated by them too. I don't know how many I have....almost all don't work anymore. I'm attracted to their designs. Poor children today...they will never know the sound an old clock makes...tick tock, tick tock.

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  2. LOL...she would never make it in Tourneau;)

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  3. Loved the sound of my grandfather's ticking mantle clock which then became my father's ticking mantle clock which now ticks away at my sister's house. Clocks are a wonderful thing to pass down through the family with all the memories they hold.

    Those are three great looking clocks.

    Di

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  4. Imagine if they were all ticking at the same time! :0

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  5. Funny how some people are like that. Me? I consider clocks a necessary evil, nothing more, and I never wish to see one unless I'm looking for one. I never wear a watch unless I have an absolute must-not-miss appointment and I expect to be somewhere another timepiece will not be available.

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  6. I can totally relate - these look like the clocks at my house!
    I love this three on Thursday theme.

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  7. Several years ago, I had a neighbor with this fascination too. He had to have had at least 100 clocks in his house. It was very cool looking, and listening to the stories about them.

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