Tuesday, January 13, 2009

The Laundry Consensus

The ruling has been made:

Laundry takes effort, involves trying, is basically an undesirable chore (though the outcome once folded and hung up is desirable) and we should be proud of ourselves and others for accomplishing it.

I raise my proverbial glass to laundry washers everywhere - especially to those who have no machines (including no laundr-o-mats).


The Princess Abdicated said...

LOL I usually don't get it hung up or folded hence the major effort it takes because I end up leaving it all in baskets. LOL I'm so lazy.

The Princess Abdicated said...

I think that if we send each other e-mails every morning or every night before we go to bed we can motivate each other to do the things that we need to do. I cannot sit in front of my computer all day every day. I also will need to keep the studying going when school starts or I will slack off and that will be bad. If I catch myself slacking I will make sure that I know that I am being a bad little heather and that I need to get my act together and stay on track. So yes Motivational e-mails every morning starting on the 20th because Tomorrow I leave for Colorado and I will not have a computer. OH NO!!!!!!!

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