Dirty Laundry

Good morning!

I don’t know about you,  but my least favorite chore is doing laundry.  I never seem to get a grasp on it. It’s never ending! By the time I wash It, dry it, hang or fold it, and put it away, the hamper is once again full and the process is ready to once again repeat itself! The pile moves from the hamper, dirty, to the dryer, folded. No rest for the weary!

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I have alot of clothes. So I don’t have to do laundry so often. But then it piles up. And up. And UP! 

Do you do your own laundry or do you send it out to be laundered?

I take care of my own dirty laundry in the privacy of my own laundry room. Usually while watching TV. On Monday nights. But I have been guilty of airing my dirty laundry a time or two. 😦 And it usually comes back to haunt me.

How about you?

Are there things in your life, past or present, that you do not like that you share with others? Expecting empathy, sympathy, or a little help from your friends? Have you shared a disagreement with another only to make up and leave that person forever holding a grudge against your wrongdoer?

Let’s all try to keep our dirty laundry in our hampers!  To ourself. Let’s keep any unkind, obscene words or stories to ourselves as well. Instead let’s only speak words that are sweet, edifying, and loving. Just like our Downy fabric softener. Spring Fresh! 🙂

And please! Remind me the next time I want to buy that new dress that it’s going to look great…
…In my hamper
…and folded on my dryer! 🙂

Happy laundering! It’s loads of fun!

Nor should there be obscenity, foolish talk or coarse joking, which are out of place, but rather thanksgiving.
Ephesian 5:4

Love and laughter,

Sandy

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