I've thought about putting a tag line on this blog. Something like, "Making lazy look industrious" or "How to be as Lazy as possible" or "The Laziest mother in Blogland" because if everyone has a tragic flaw, mine is definitely sloth. To prove to you that I am the laziest person in the world let me bore you with the details of the laundry around here. Although I do have to say, Mike has one-upped my laziness in the laundry department. He invented Step 16, which I must say takes the laundry laziness to a whole new level.
Step 1: Run out of underwear
Step 2: Sort laundry
Step 3: Put load of underwear and other whites in washer
Step 4: Forget about the underwear load because you haven't showered or needed clean underwear for a few days.
Step 5: Re-Wash the now stinky underwear load
Step 6: Move to dryer
Step 7: Run downstairs after your shower to get a clean pair of underwear, ignoring the rest of the laundry in the dryer.
Step 8: Forget about the laundry in the dryer except to grab the needed underwear in the mornings
Step 9: Run out of shirts
Step 10: Put a load of shirts in the washer
Step 11: Sigh with frustration when you go to move the shirts to the dryer because the underwear load is still in the dryer.
Step 12: Re-dry the underwear load because if you take it out now it will be all wrinkly and you might have to iron something.
Step 13: Forget about the laundry
Step 14: Run out of clothes
Step 15: Pull out the cold, wrinkly underwear load in frustration.
Step 16: Leave it in the laundry basket for another 2 days
Step 17: Finally dump it out and fold a few pieces. The rest are too wrinkly. Throw them back in the dirty clothes.
Step 18: Rewash the shirt load
Step 19: Move it to the dryer
Step 20: Repeat.
Now I've solved all your laundry conundrums. Because, Dang! Doesn't this make your laundry process look good?