Sunday, March 29, 2015

Laundry done for another day

During our little rainy stretch here I took advantage of the down time to clean the RV and get all the laundry done.

Gracie helped by staying put in her box and watching the rain...all bummed out because she couldn't go outside to play.

Doing the laundry gave me a change to perform a random act of kindness.   One of the washers had a load of kids clothes in it, that I removed and set on top of one of the dryers.

Nobody came to claim it yet when my wash was ready to go into the dryers.  I filled up three dryers and there was one empty so I decided to finish up the load of wash for this young mother or father.

When I left the laundry room there was a pile of freshly folded jeans and shirts just waiting to be picked up.  I'm hoping that made someone's day to find it all done for them and that I could brighten someone's day with $1.25 and a few minutes work.

I can't wait to slide into those clean sheets tonight.  You know how good that feels!  This little chipmunk demonstrates it better than I can, so enjoy the short video below.

Long Live the Queen of Clean


  1. I know that Grandma/ young mother will appreciate your act of kindness. I sure hope they didn't forget they still had one more load.

  2. i saw that little chippy on another blog. too cute. :) nice of you to help that family. :)

  3. This video is all over Facebook. It cracks me up every time. I should videotape Grizelda doing this. She gets like this when I change the linen. Ha! Thanks for the chuckle.
    Your act of kindness is exactly what I was talking about in my Friday post. It feels so good to do nice things for people: no credit required. Yea! You are my hero today...and theirs. Hug.

  4. Oh gosh, I so enjoyed the video of the little chipmunk on the bed. Of course, I think those little critters are adorable. And bless you for being so kind to the family with the load of laundry. We need more of this in today's world. Have a wonderful day, hugs, Edna B.

  5. Loved the chipmunk wiggle. Also, yes, The Invention of Wings is a good book. Carry on. :-)