Public Service Announcement

I know better!

You know better!

Apparently that is not enough sometimes . . .

Do not throw a pair of fuzzy socks into the washer with the dark clothes!!!!

Not “just this once”

Not EVER!!!

I will plead exhaustion on this, but I got a whole lot more tired having to de-lint the rest of the load. Whew!

That is all. πŸ˜‰




FYI — 5 Comments

  1. Wow, I would have never thought of that. I only buy one kind of socks and those are Hanes. It saves me so much time since I never have to match socks. I don’t wear socks in the summer since I’m in sandals or flip flops so it doesn’t matter what socks I wear in the winter since you can’t see them thru boots.

    You inspired me today, and I did a random act of kindness. I gave a friend of mine a good luck charm. She is going to be taking some tests and she really appreciated it. Her and her family raise sheep and I won one of the Serta counting sheep stuffed animals. It was so cute and she was thrilled.

    I will be working on Kouga’s Mardi Gras costume for this Sunday. He is going to be a king with a purple cape and a crown. Mr. Ham loves to dress up, it is amazing how excited he gets and Milele will have none of it.

  2. Hi Kelly πŸ™‚
    You are so smart to have just one color/kind of socks. The chore of matching socks after washing them is a pain. Great idea!!!

    I can imagine how tickled your friend was to receive her good luck charm. It was good luck for her tests… but also a reminder that she is very “lucky” to have you for a friend!

    Speaking of lucky…. you and Milele are lucky that Kouga is a ham! You two get to enjoy the show he puts on. Sounds so cute! πŸ˜€

  3. I do that sock thing know only one kind. But Iused buy each of the boys a certain brand, but now they have their own preferences of style so its all good.

    However, let me please remind you not to leave tissues, or gum packs, or notes from school, or rocks in your pockets and put them in the washer..then the dryer. O yes, I taught the boys to wash their own clothes. However, I cannot convince ONE of them that he MUST empty the pockets!!

  4. Oh gosh, Carol!!! So very true!!!
    I shudder at the thought of a kleenex in the dark wash. I haven’t ever had gum or rocks – thankfully – but a certain “Sir” has left dollar bills in a pocket that I missed when sorting the wash. I guess that’s what they mean by “laundering money”. πŸ˜‰

  5. Oh…I hate that! It’s like forgetting there’s a tissue or a napkin tucked inside a pocket. Ugh! πŸ™‚ Paulette xo

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