Laundry Exposed

Idaho Clothesline

Really I don’t mind doing laundry at all.

In fact, once upon a time,
Mary and I considered a starting a mobile laundry service.
Pick-up, wash, dry, fold, put on hangers, return.

I did our laundry on Monday,
washed three loads,
dried three loads,
folded three loads,
put away three loads
(except I haven’t hung up my skirts yet).

It took all afternoon and part of the evening
because the washer I use is the slowest one on earth.
It’s less than two years old,
It’s just slow.

I usually fold as I remove from the dryer,
except for socks and undies.
As I was folding I realized:
#1.I immensely dislike turning t-shirts and undies right side out!
Surely there is a way to remove these items
and have them find their way into the hamper right side out.
Isn’t there?
#2. I immensely dislike finding socks inside my undies.
Did I just admit to that?
That must be why it takes the washer
so long it’s having a little matching party.

Mr. Washer, just wash the clothes,
I’ll be in charge of matching things up. OKAY!

My favorite way to dry sheets.

Published in: on January 24, 2018 at 8:16 pm  Comments (2)  
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  1. I have recently put flannel sheets back on my bed for the winter. I dried these in the dryer. All other sheets must be dried on the line, summer and winter. I love the smell and feel of line-dried sheets. I think I’ll try those flannel ones next. Maybe they will need the dryer…what do you think?

  2. Flannel would smell wonderfully fresh, but not sure how soft. .
    I’ve put our microfiber sheets on for winter, haven’t tried the line, but I think the wind would probably be great for both fibers.
    I like towels line dried, too, the rough is like a loofha , My husband likes soft

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