Here is my "main" laundry room. It is small enough that I had to stand outside the door to get a picture of it.
My washer and dryer were purchased at a dent and ding store twelve years ago when I got married. I would love to have new ones, but the policy in our house is something like, "if it still works you can't spend any $$ on a new one." At least that's the policy Brent is always trying to force on me. :) A few months ago the dryer started making a really awful noise and I had to call a repairman to come look at it. While he was working I did a little online research and found a good deal on a beautiful new front load set. I did this because I just knew he was going to tell me it was time to get rid of the dirty old thing. Who even has a dryer that lasts twelve years? I'll tell ya who...THIS GIRL. Not only did he tell me that it was fixed, but he told me that it should easily last me another five years or more! Obviously B and I made a very a well informed dent and ding purchase...grrr!
Anywho, back to the laundry room...It is very plain and a maybe a little sad, but clean right? So clean. You might wonder where is all the laundry that might normally fill up the washateria of a family of five? That laundry my friends is kept in my secondary laundry room otherwise known as the "laundry table." Wah lah!
That concludes this tour of the Farrer Family Washateria. My sincere hope is that it will make some girl out there feel a little better about her laundry situation! BTW...if anyone has any experience with laundry fairies please let me know. Do they work like the tooth fairy? Stick it under your pillow and it will be gone in the morning?? :) :)
Talk to ya soon,