Sprinkle with laughter.
Toss in a handful of insanity.
Serve with Love.
That is a beautiful quilt! Did you make it?
I'm a teensy bit embarrassed to admit my pile is larger than yours and I have a couple more loads to wash AND the fact that I have 50% of the children you have.
Julie- Thank you. And no way! I wish I had such talent. My mom made it for Danny when he got his Master's Degree.Leslie- There is a load in the dryer still. And this bed is actually King size.
ummmm. Are you donating to DI (good will)? I think I'd rather make a good DI run than fold and put away all that laundry! :)
well.... at least the bed is made! :)
Garage Sale! :D (please don't take that to mean I think you have too much stuff. I'm just trying to be funny. it's not working too well today. So I will quit while I'm ahead.)
I used to fold laundry sitting on the floor in front of the couch watching TV at night after the kids were in bed. (Bryce would be on the couch rubbing my back.) I made a row of piles for each child - shirts, pants, underwear, socks. In the morning they were supposed to come and take their piles to the appropriate drawers. Some of them did well with that. Others, not so well. (We won't mention names here.) The thing that made me really mad was finding folded things in the laundry hamper.
Oh how I remember huge mountains of laundry!Make sure you set aside items that are too small/in disrepair/etc.That'll make you feel good.And turn on your favorite movie while you do it to make the time go by faster!What a good Mom you are!!!Happy Weekend!
You girls crack me up! And I love all the tips too. I'm almost done with this gigantic pile. I just have about half a laundry basket left. I like the idea of watching a movie while folding. Thanks!
The big difference between your Mt. Washmore and MY Mt. Washmore is that yours is sitting in a clean room and a freshly made bed while mine sits in a terrible pile on the floor. My CLEAN laundry is in a terrible pile on the floor. Sigh.
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