Six Word Saturday…9/22/12


looking for inspiration ≠ doing my laundry


 

Written for “Six Word Saturday”…click here to go to Cate’s blog to read how others describe their life in six words; also posting as Day 79 at “100 Days of Summer” challenge, click here to go to the group’s home page on Facebook. (Decided to take the liberty of not counting a symbol as a word!) 🙂

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18 comments

  1. The only job I have not given to my husband is the laundry and with 2 of us I only do it once every 2 weeks.

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    1. It’s just me. And I procrastinate until i have a lot to do…and it’s off to the laundromat I go…dragging it out of my apartment is the worst part…after that, I’m ok.

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  2. Wow – I have a mountain in hand after the visitors left. The washing’s not so bad, but I too hate ironing – weird when you consider that every stage of quilting involves ironing!

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    1. I always have a mountain–I’m just one person, but I procrastinate long enough because I get so tired of dragging my laundry out to the laundromat (no washer/dryer in my apt).

      I don’t iron too much, but I actually like it (when I have time to do it)…there’s something very satisfying to me about making something pressed crisp. In my (limited!) quilting days (with a group I worked with 15-20 years ago), I readily volunteered for ironing detail! 🙂

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    1. Me either. But my apartment laundromat is right next to the apartment pool. So I sat poolside dangling my feet while waiting for clothes to dry. 🙂

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  3. Very funny! However, in the mindlessness of mundane tasks, my muse always seems to percolate–making me dash out of the laundry room to grab a pen and paper and jot those musings down 🙂

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