Hi! Let me re-introduce myself. I’m Jen. I’m full of the best intentions. So many good intentions. Really. It’s my follow through that stinks. For example, how many times over the past 10 years of this blog have I seemingly dropped off the face of the earth? That’s a rhetorical question and does not require an answer, but if it DID require an answer it would be something like a bajillion times. I mean, I didn’t blog at all during October or November. And I actually had a lot to tell you!
So I’m going to ease back into this blogging thing with a short post and tell you what I did this morning. Because nothing says, “Hey! I’m back!” like sharing an embarrassing moment.
Let me set the scene. There were towels in the dryer, clothes in the washer, an empty laundry basket and an identical laundry basket full of socks, underwear and more towels to be washed. So I moved the clean towels from the dryer to the empty basket and set it aside. I then put the wet clothes into the dryer and got it started. Then I dumped the clean towels from their basket back into the washer, totally ignoring the basket with the dirty clothes.
As I was dumping them I thought to myself, “where are the socks and underwear?” and “these towels look so fluffy and fresh.” Thankfully I realized what I had done before I started the washer. So I righted my wrong and everything is as it should be.
And the photo I used for this post? While I do my laundry from the comfort of my own home, this image is a fair representation of me getting that last little sock from the back of the washer. Because I’m vertically challenged. Horizontally I’m a boss. (As in I take really good naps.) But between my lack of height and my short arms I have to practically crawl into the washer sometimes. Thankfully, I have one of those grabber thingies to make my life easier. It’s just that sometimes I forget I have it, even though it’s hanging right next to the dryer.
I struggle, people.
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