Wednesday, June 29, 2011

BUTTS

There are far too many butts in the can. I think maybe hubby needs to curb that taste for those Cuban cigars, though I fear he may not like my nagging. He has decided that a good cigar is allowed at his age.
It's one of the pleasures he believes he has earned. It's very hard to argue with that!

8 comments:

Sandra said...

well I love that purple flower, and am afraid i do not love the butts and am glad hubby does not smoke them or any other thing. he quit smoking 6 months after we got married in 85 and for that i am happy. of course the photo of the butts is good

Arkansas Patti said...

Better thee than me. Since I quit, any kind of smoke chokes me. Cuban ones no less. At least he has good taste.

Olga said...

Icky lookin,,,although the aroma of a cigar brings back memories of my grandfather and that's a good thing. if I wasaround the smell all the time, I might feel differently.

Beth Niquette said...

Hahaaa...I love your comments, I actually like this picture. There's something cool in how ugly it is. The composition, subject and feel is unusually interesting. (grin)

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Hi Heidi, We had a wonderful trip out west... If you missed my first post on July 1st (Friday), please check it out... There are some gorgeous pictures.

Thank Goodness that my hubby no longer smokes a pipe. He did that when teaching in college... Guess many professors did that!!!!! YUK....

My Dad smoked cigarettes for many years. He died from Emphysema. I have never smoked ---but my 'vice' is eating... I'm working on losing some weight now--story of my life.

Hugs,
Betsy

George said...

I smoked a pipe for almost 30 years. It took a stay in the hospital to help me kick the habit. I hope your husband doesn't have to go through anything like that.

Linda (PA_shutterbug) said...

My husband used to smoke and chew tobacco. It was a long time ago, before I met him. One day he started to cough up blood. He stopped smoking and chewing tobacco that very day and hasn't done either since!

Patty said...

I don't care for any kind of tobacco smoke. Abe use to smoke cigarettes then he went to a pipe, but after his surgery in 1996, he gave the pipe up. Once in a while he would light up a cigar and they always made me feel sick to smell them. Have no idea why. I suppose you hubby can allow himself one a day, but that smell does linger on their clothes and their hair. Good luck with him stopping. My Grandfather smoked cigars, but he smoked them so close to the end he almost needed a toothpick to stick the butt on. LOL He would always leave the butt laying outside someplace when he would come into the house, and then pick it up again and finish while outside.