My laundry situation is completely under control. It's so weird, and it feels like a big part of my life is over. The number of loads I'll do in a week has been cut at least in half, if not by thirds. The sorting, folding, putting away is still there, but it's still a really strange thing to spend less time hiking baskets up and down the stairs.
This is a picture from 2002 when we bought our first set. The tech that came to fix the washer a few weeks ago said it was at least 22 years old. We've never had to do anything to it, it's run like a champ! Obviously if Mitch ever finds out this picture has been released on the internet he'll shut this blog down ;)
Kind of sad to see it go, just kind of. I'm already in love with the replacement...
This was sort of like Black Friday. We had five kids out the door early, with donuts so I could wait in line before the store opened. See that line? After we secured our machines we waited over two hours to pay. Worth it! We had a credit from Service Guard, and were able to use it on the crazy scratch and dent sale. What great timing. We hauled it home ourselves and saved another $80. Realized when we got it home that our outlet was 3-pronged and we needed 4-pronged...which ended up taking all day to replace...which they would have done for us if we'd paid for delivery. Oh, well. I'll take that $80 and spend it on detergent :) Thank you, Lord!