Seriously. I’m not being sarcastic here!
My wonderful husband has spent three days running wires, water lines and drain lines so that my washer and dryer could be hooked up in the new house.
After 3 days with no laundry and seven people in the house- it was time. We had dusty dirty clothes from cleaning out and sorting through the storage room. There were my smelly and sticky painting and varnishing clothes. There were piles of towels and wet wash clothes.
I even found a bag of my parents dirty clothes from their last visit that had somehow gotten left on the porch when they were packing up! (It was a little confusing that afternoon!)
The pile was growing and beginning to take on a life of its own!
Still it wasn’t quite as bad as the ice storm last December when we went without power and water for 6 days…
Or as bad as after our week long camping trip every summer…
But still I am grateful. My Amish neighbors still use wringer washers and hang everything outside, even in the dead of winter. My 87 year neighbor still hand washes all of her clothes on a wash board (by choice).
But my washer and dryer are modern conveniences that I appreciate.
The sound of the washer changing cycles is like music to my ears!
The hum of the dryer sounds so normal and homey.
So on this Thanksgiving eve I would like to express my thanks for the wonders of modern washers and the convenience of my dryer. Ahh- there’s the ringer for the dryer now- what a sweet sound!