Homemade happiness springing forth from a traditional, rather original approach to life.
That's a lotta laundry! Mine was pretty close to my height yesterday...lol
I love these - I go around looking like I don't own an iron or a washing machine but my child's clothes are clean!!
Laundry never does go away...Have a great Tuesday!http://harrietandfriends.com/2010/04/are-you-as-stressed-as-i-am/
Isn't it crazy how quickly the pile can grow!?!
Always be greatful for your washer and dryer....I talk very nice to mine! It's worse to have that pile and know you have to drive somewhere to clean it.
Hehe! I think my laundry pile grows exponentially each day too! And dare I say my "Mount Laundry" has been taller than me too!Have a good (?) week, trying to dig out!!
Laundry is probably one of my least favorite things to tackle ... good luck with yours!!!
Stopping by from PINT. Thanks for visiting me. Your words were encouraging. It is hard when you are told you shouldn't do something you love because you will then no longer be able to do other things you love in the future. I am a runner! I have been for 20 years. I am also a skier which I have been for 33 years. My first time was when I was three! I love both and I have been told I have to give up the running to try to avoid a knee replacement in the future. And of course this came with the catch of also having a pretty major knee surgery. I have a torn ACL, mensicus and a "pothole" of cartilage missing from the lateral femoral condyle. The repair for the later is the big part of the surgery and what will hopefully prevent the knee replacement if I don't continue to run, even after surgery. So frustrating after I ran a great 10 miler that was supposed to be my last race, putting closure on my running career. Biking is not my thing, mountain biking might be o.k. with me, but not so readily available in the suburbs of the major city where we live! BTW, love your blog. Totally going to start following you! Love the spiritual aspect of it!
I love your layout too! You are right, great minds think a like.Our dryer is broken, so i have to watch the weather to wash clothes. This morning before the son went to school...i had to dig out of the hamper a pair of shorts that still looked and smelt clean. If i were a good mommy, i would have had them already washed and folded. lol.I am going to start following you :o)
I do laundry just about every day, because this one time...I couldn't reach the top of the pile & that is a scary thought!So cool that you live in SC too, and that is definitely Flour Field in your header picture! Craving a ball game this week if the rain will let up.
I have to do a load every day!!!! Otherwise it takes over my weekend...grrr. BTW, we had some fish oil break and spill last week. Guess what my 'clean' towels smell like? They're in the washer again, today. Eww..
I think the laundry multiplies when we're not looking...it's best to try to keep at it.I got the washing and drying down to a science. The folding and putting away? Not so much
PLEASE remember:"Death and life are in the power of the tongue: and they that love it shall eat the fruit thereof." Proverbs 18:21Take a moment and share some "life". :)