Saturday, July 26, 2008

Photo Hunters - hanging




tnchick's word for today is HANGING! Well, here are all the HANGING fans in my house.

All the fans are running on high.

My bedroom fan



My office fan



Vinny's (my husband) office fan



Other Photo Hunt participants are here

theteach



23 comments:

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This is a nice blog. I like it!

Karen of Sillymonkeez said...

The ones in our house are running all the time too. Mine is along the same idea.

http://3garnetsn2sapphires.blogspot.com/2008/07/photohunt-hanging.html

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Babs (Beetle) said...

Hmmm.... Those photos tell me something ;O)

Mrs. Mecomber said...

I'm jealous of your straight walls and beautiful ceilings!!!!
Here's mine! I'll bet you never heard of this kind of hanging before!
http://newyorktraveler.net/photo-hunters-hanging/

marcia said...

I am so proud of you they are all clean mine all need dusted

Rambling Woods said...

Good choice..

jmb said...

What a great idea Mary. I never thought of that one and we have lots of them too. Have a good weekend.

Babs (Beetle) said...

I've answered your question on my post.

I don't wish to be rude, but I note that your husbands fan is off, and yours is full on. ;O)

storyteller said...

I have just one hanging fan/light in my home (upstairs in my bedroom), but I didn’t think to use it for today’s post. I did however participate at Sacred Ruminations today. Small Reflections has Camera Critters and Smiley Saturday as usual.
Hugs and blessings,

Dianne said...

I just put a ceiling fan in the living room and next week the bedroom will be installed. Makes a world of difference! Except Siren is scared silly of it!!

Nice photos

Carver said...

Hanging fans are great. I don't have any but have considered putting one in my den and kitchen.

Sue said...

Nice fans! I wish I had some of those. It's hot!

Tink *~*~* said...

Love your bedroom fan - very pretty! I had pre-wired outlets put in the ceilings of this house for fans, while it was being built. However, I've lately discovered that the builder used the wrong casing - it's plastic, and to support the vibrations of a fan, I'm told it should be metal. Unfortunately, I didn't have the money to put in the ceiling fans until two years after I moved in, and the builder's warranty is now expired. Lesson learned, do these things IMMEDIATELY, don't wait two years to find out you have to get it redone!

Tink *~*~*

Patricia said...

LOVE ceiling fans. They help us set our thermastat higher in the summer. Thanks for all your kind comments.

Colin Campbell said...

Very useful those fans. I especially found that to be true in Singapore and Washington DC. Sweaty places.

starnitesky said...

It must be hot if they are all running, no need for them here, it was warm tody (68)!

Suzanne said...

Neat shots! :)

napaboaniya said...

Have you ever seen balloons been hit by ceiling fans and "exploding"? :P
When I was young I use to do that with my balloons and it always drove my mom insane!!!

Thank goodness, both my kids don't do that............................yet! *lol*

Tokenhippygirl said...

It's that time of year, isn't it? Fans on all the time....

Leslie said...

Crikey - I have the heaters running on high here in cold Canberra. :)

Putz said...

can't stand the a c or fans, i shiver

Sammawow said...

My fans are all running too! It's too hot! Great take on the theme!

♥tnchick♥ said...

My ceiling fans stay on low all year long! =)