While Darren and I were at the laundry mat (on my birthday!), I began to look around and visualize what kind of laundry room I would have if I could have anything I wanted in it. I like planning and wishing.
Yes, I took my new camera! Are you kidding? I will not be going many places without it. Darren had to roll his eyes at me with this big’ole camera around my neck… in a laundry mat! But that is okay, one day he will thank me… I think.
Generally speaking, whenever Darren and I are together without the rest of the family – be it anywhere – we have a good time. We just have fun, and enjoy being with each other. We do have the longest history together, but even after that… we just have fun together!
He volunteered to go with me to wash the clothes this day, but I believe it is because he had a bunch of wash of his own to do and wanted me to go with him! So, it worked out for both of us really!
He would be none too thrilled to know that I had posted a picture of his sox and underwear being washed for all the world to see! But I like this shot. I can smell the soap! (I llllike soap)
And speaking of soap… I forgot to take mine. 😦
Uggg. It was par for the course that day week.
So here is what I had to use…
I hated paying one dollar for a tiny box of soap for one load. At that price a big box of detergent that I regularly use would cost $65.00. YIKES. I won’t forget it next time.
Well, I have to say that if I have to go to a laundry mat, this is the best one. It is kept so clean and tidy. I have told the lady there more than once that I appreciate how well it is kept up. That sure does help take away some of the drudgery of having to go there.
So… what would I wish for in a laundry room? Hummm… LARGE machines, lots of light, a large folding table and plenty of cupboards to store all the ugly cleaning supplies. (And the little lady from this place to keep the room neat and shinny!) 😉
Well, I may soon get to implement some of these wishes since our next big project will be a laundry/mud room! YYYYEEEEESSSSSSS!
I guess the little cleaning lady might be a problem… but it couldn’t hurt to ask!