One day last summer I noticed my neighbor tossing in a few things into his curb-side pick up pile. An old rake was sticking up from the pile - as if to say, "Help me! Somebody take me from this pile of debris!" I walked over and asked if I could have the rake and my neighbor laughed and said something like it would make a better hand tool being as it had come loose from the wood handle.
I have seen many uses for old rake ends and at the moment had an idea of either hanging necklaces from it, using it to hold toilet paper or a picture. As you can see in the picture, this is where it landed - in my laundry room. I have a small collection of green metal garden tools and they hang rather comfortably from the old rake - probably visiting and talking dirt with each other.
The last picture was taken of Duhgall, our Scottish Terrier, at the beach in Carmel, California. He was wanting to take that ball away from the kids! With his sharp shark-like teeth, he would have had it deflated in an instance.
Have a wonderful weekend and I hope that your feet take you to someplace wonderful!