Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Wordless Wednesday on Wednesday

26 comments:

Jim said...

Yes, that is a small place for all those. Happy WW!

On the condo, yes, now I have found it. No wonder you don't care if I wear my flip-flops.
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BTW, I have posted my "shine the light" nominations and given you credit.
I also awarded you with the "You Make The World A Better Place" award. Details are on my JIM'S LITTLE BLOG page for Tuesday.
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Roger said...

My place is smaller! You chain mailer you lol! Have a awesome WW Mary!!

Gabriel said...

Great picture, I love these kind of posts because I get to see how people live in other places. Good job!

Happy WW!

My post: "I believe I said no video games"

Gabriel said...

I should have probably added that I was speaking solely about the picture, not about the crude reality that it shows... :-(

maiylah said...

the place might be small, but what's more important is that the family is together and happy. :)
happy WW!

Jeff B said...

Wow, those are tight quarters!

eastcoastlife said...

I lived in such small spaces when I was a little girl. We were poor and meals were always watery porridge with soy sauce. People looked down on us, even relatives. It wasn't fun.

Gattina said...

That's a rather small place to live but probably they are more happy than others in big mansions.

Heart of Rachel said...

I think a small space is fine as long as the members living in it are happy. Take care.

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napaboaniya said...

A small place to hold so many people. There are lots of families like them, cramping together in a small house. But feeling happy and contented :)

Matt-Man said...

A small place indeed, and yet everyone looks pretty damn happy. I like that. Cheers!!

Amor said...

The place is so small for them but what important is that they are all together.Happy WW!

LUIZ SANTILLI JR. said...

This is the true reality, but people is very HAPPY!!!

LUIZ

My post today is

THE UNTOUCHABLES

meeya said...

i have to agree with everyone. one can live in a shoebox and still be happy and contented. :)

great pic :)

marcia said...

oh my o know that is true having just stayed in small quarters there too=--I hope they stay close and happy because it is much too small of a place to be mad at each other

Munchkin Mommy said...

they do look happy though...except maybe for the dad? :) no place is too small for a happy family. :)

happy everyday!

Mapped Memories
Cafe Munchkin

Sandee (Comedy +) said...

Not playing this week, but wanted to comment. Yikes. Living small is right. At least they have a roof over their head. Many don't. Have a great day Teach. :)

Kimmie said...

It is obvious this family is happy for what they DO have, that is the real key.

So many find happiness in things. I believe it is more of a blessing to be "rich in love". When I look at this picture I see love.

Smiles,
Kimmie

The Mama Bear said...

The picture speaks volumes.
And to think of the things we complain about.
Great wake up call/reminder.

My WW is up at The Cafe.

Bond said...

The size of the abode is not as important as the sizer of the love inside

Ivanhoe said...

Wow - please remind me to never complain about my living situation - O.k.?

jams o donnell said...

That is cramped. I nly hope they are a happy family. Happy WW

Bobbie said...

Wow. Talk about maximum use of available space. Interesting -- and food for thought. Happy WW, Mary.

Desert Songbird said...

What a wonderful story. It reminded me very much of my own parents' story, making a go of it in the US. My parents were proud and hard working, and even though we were poor, we were happy.

Thanks for the memories.

Travis said...

Yikes! I've lived in small places, but never that small.

SandyCarlson said...

I love the Christmas lights. Always room for a little joy! This picture is a telling reminder that it doesn't take much space to get by!

Mary, I'll be back to your blog for the tag. I didn't find it, but I am in a hurry--my nephews are on their way.

Thanks for the Latin translation and the correction to my daughter's spelling. I'm so happy to know what those words mean.