Monday, November 28, 2011

I ran out

This morning I was preparing today's no can do laundry excuse when I realized I had run out. No, not of excuses, but of socks and underwear. So, there was nothing left to do, but bite the bullet and  gather laundry up and head for the machines. I was surprised to find myself as the only one there on a Monday morning, but it worked out in my favor, as I was able to put the machines to work and get finished before anyone else showed up. Then it was back to Mel for the folding and hanging which has been completed and we have clothes to wear for a couple of weeks with no excuses needed.

This morning we also woke up to cold temperatures. 31 degrees was the reading on my gauge, but the good news is the wind has blown itself out and the temperature has already climbed to 71 degrees with not a cloud in the sky.

I also spent a bit of time visiting this morning while waiting on the laundry so it's already been a busy day. I'm thinking the pace needs to be slowed the rest of the day while I take time to enjoy the good life.


  1. My pace meter is in negative territory this morning. 32 here in Rockport this mroning. The pace meter needs to wake up so I can get on over to Corpus for Xmas shopping.

  2. Glad you got your laundry done and are all set for a while.

    I am also washing clothes but my mom does not like dryers so I have to hang them in the clothesline :(

    Have a great day.

  3. See, I told you don't do it until you run out of socks or underwear!!! Excuses you can always come up with.

  4. Yes, slow down! You don't want to burn yourself our over laundry.

  5. Barney - too cold, too early.
    MsBelinda - Thanks for sharing the pain.

    Donna K - I think I like your way of thinking.

  6. You sent the wind our way and we don't like it. We especially don't like the cold temps that came with it. MM

  7. We're in the low 40's today and our laundry is still waiting for tomorrow. Want to help?
    It's about time.

  8. Thats the way to go buy plenty of underwear and socks to last at least 2 1/2 weeks. Happy to hear you are all set agian with nice smelling laundry.
    Hope you took the rest of the day off.

  9. I can see the consensus is we buy more socks and underwear to forestall trips to the laundry.

    MM sorry about the wind.

    Rick and Kathy and JOJO thanks for dropping by.


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