Monday, April 14, 2014


 yep, the old washing machine gave up on Saturday
it's one of those try to have it repaired or
just replace it questions...
not even going to think on it a second longer
will be heading to Lowe's
on my day off to pick out a new one
of course it stopped working when full
of cold water
at least there were only two fluffy fleece
jackets inside
the laundry area will never look like this
but I like the colors
there is a large closet with louvered doors
across from washer, dryer and sink
might be a good project
now that I find physical labor relaxing
over the weekend it was spring lawn clean up
and a little car washing and waxing
warm and breezy days
Mom loved all our walks outside
already got one in with her this morning
going to cool off and rain later
maybe snow overnight


Jacque. said...

Well, of course, washing machines never break down when they are at the very end of the entire cycle. Or, better yet, when they're empty and just sitting there. ~grin~ Walking with your Mom...good for both of you. xo

WoolenSails said...

I had a front loader and decided to get a top loader. The good thing is that it is large and handles bed quilts but a pain to get clothes in and out of it. I have a laundry room in the basement, and that is it, lol.

Debbie said...

My husband kept fixing mine until he could fix it no more, the machine was 30+years old. I bought a Speed Queen top load because I dye wool and find the machine makes this process easier. Let me know if you like your new machine. You should make your own laundry wash to keep the 'build up' down. D.G. L

jennifer768 said...

Been expecting mine to lay down for a while now.LOL! Have fun shopping for one.So glad that you and your mom are enjoying your walks.Blessings,Jen