What Am I?

Would you like to guess the object
behind this picture I took today?

Kommern Freilichtmuseum, July 31, 2013 005

Today just for fun,

To keep you guessing –

What am I made for?

How am I a blessing?

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Here is a small hint:

I am very old.

I’m a must in rain.

And more so in cold.

~

(Heidi Viars, 2013)

15 responses to “What Am I?”

  1. when are you GOING TO TELL US?

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    1. Just did 🙂 Much love to you, dear friend!

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  2. Fun, but you have me stumped!

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    1. Hope you enjoy the picture that clears things up 🙂 Thanks for stopping by. I miss reading your blog. Been spending time with my folks in Germany … back soon though 🙂 Hope your summer is going well

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      1. So sneaky! Too fun, Heidi. I would have NEVER guessed that! Cannot wait to hear of all the wonderful times spent in Germany. I love Germany!

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  3. Thatched roof came to my mind also. What is it made for? Shelter. How is it a blessing? It provides refuge for those who enter. (I see an object lesson in the making!)

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    1. Thanks, Nancy for playing along 🙂

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  4. Is it a door mat (welcome mat)?

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  5. Before I read the hint, I thought it was a closeup picture of a broom. I agree with greenlightlady, thatched roof would also match the hint.

    Lyn

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    1. Hello Lyn, thanks for the great guess! Blessings to you!!!

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  6. It looks like a bunch of hollow sticks. Could it be what we should be in the church so His power, the Holy Spirit, can flow through us. Just a guess.

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    1. I LOVE that analogy, Rosemary!!!!

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  7. Heidi, it reminds me of a thatched roof…? 🙂

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    1. Nice job, Wendy ~ I took the picture in an open air museum in Germany yesterday… I think you would have loved it. I walked through an old German garden … reminded me of yours 🙂 Hope your summer is going well … blessings

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