Monday, March 2
You know, I figured once I was out of the cube farm routine that Monday wouldn't be as sucky-yucky anymore. But guess what? Mondays still almost always suck and yuck.
Know what else sucks and yucks? Laundry.
In fact, the pile of laundry in our home may be no where near the epic Everest proportions it has achieved many times before, but this particular pile that recently cast a long, wide shadow over our marital nest, well that pile has achieved a new record holding title: most fragrant. Which is the very polite way for me to say that our stuff stinks to high h*ll.
In fact, the other night was when I first noticed the eau du laundree. I was lying in bed, doing the daily review of things that I once again didn't get accomplished (self-flagellation is best done when horizontal to the ground and under a duvet) when the fragrance of spilled yoghurt drinks combined with towels, socks, and other smelly garments reached my nostrils and did a dance of pungent voodoo.
So I did what anyone else would have done in my situation: I pulled the pile of laundry into the living room.
Such is life when you live at the mercy of a laundromat.
Hey, I can't be alone in this laundromat buziness... can I? Do you all own your own washers and dryers... omg if you all say yes, I'll cry.
Yes, I realize this post is light and fluffy but I'm debating burning the laundry pile and starting from scratch. That requires some planning - more planning than actually doing said laundry, but a controlled indoor laundry fire is so much more fun, don'tcha think? And so much less to fold.
And to extend the joy of a limp fluff post, I'm also going to do some shamless self-promotion: I'm hosting ANOTHER Johnson's Baby Canada giveaway over at Drugstore Cowgirl so if you didn't win the last time, please enter again.
Oh and to be clear, I'm giving away neither babies or Canada but some yummy Johnson's Baby products to a Canadian. It took me a while to figure out they didn't want me to give away Canadian Babies (because HELLO! Ultimate Giveaway) and instead some lovely, NICE smelling products from the Johnson's Baby line. Now that we have that all cleared up, I can go on ignoring my laundry and trying to figure out how many babies does it take to make a bottle of baby oil. Anyone want to hazard a guess?