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I like wash day. Sorting, folding clean, fresh clothes Put away, tidy, organized. Clean, empty hampers – small accomplishment, big satisfaction. Something is orderly in my life on wash days. ©Sharron R. McMillan
Clean clothes day. There’s no scent like it, clothes dried out in the sun and wind. Not a chemical or spray can duplicate that.
Doing the laundry always seems the right thing to do, on Monday. A sense of accomplishment begins a new week. An empty hamper folded, clean, fresh scented clothes all neatly put away on Monday. ~Sharron R. McMillan
All that we see or seem is but a dream within a dream. ~Edgar Allen Poe
I’ll bring them in at four. Sun never got over the tree tops today but there’s something about a line hung with white linens that makes me feel happy. ©Sharron R. McMillan
The washing machine happily churns grey water into frothy mounds of whipped white suds. Fussy lace tablecloths skip hand in hand with sensible gingham on a line stretched between two giant fir trees. Coloured socks line up in pairs between … Continue reading