The old adage is true: You don't know what you have, until it's gone.
Ain't it the truth?
Health, childhood bliss, and for me--a dryer. Yes, team, we have been fortunate enough to own a washer and dryer these past three years. And, boy, I have LOVED them fiercely. I spend almost every day with one of them.
Well, I hate to report that the dryer has stopped drying. Apparently, Aaron is going to try his hand repairing it this Saturday. He thinks that the "Heating Element" is broken. Now, does he know much about dryers? Nope. Has he ever fixed one? Nope. Should we start praying for our dryer? Yes. (no offense, hon).
No, really, I am glad that HE is going to give it a whirl, because I hear that these repair people could charge a hefty amount---so, I say, "Get out those tools, babe."
The BIG problem is this---I need clean clothes... ASAP. Luckily/Unluckily, I am caught up in my laundering, except for the WHITES. This is a problem. A big problem.
So, I guess I'm gonna do what our forefathers did, back in the day. Hang them on "the line" to dry. Now, I don't know if me OR my neighbors are going to love seeing our "unmentionables", but what-cha-gonna-do? ---------- No. I can't. I guess I'm going to go ahead and just put to use all of my hangers around the house.
That is a better idea, for everyone involved, I'm sure.
Thanks for helping me think that one through.
Here are the pictures from our 4th Anniversary Date. We decided we'd go "casual" and hit up the old ChaChos, which we love. After these pictures, I know you'll love it too. Thank you TexMexAwesome. Oh, and we let Matilda come too. She begged and begged, so we caved in. She loves a good quesadilla (just kidding, she only is acquainted with Gerber products, so quit stressin').
P.S. On the Christmas post, my lovely sister, Becca, mentioned that I wrote about Adam's single-ness and she'd also like to post that SHE, TOO, IS AVAILABLE. :) Here's a picture, in case you want to take her out on the town. Oh, and did I mention, she LOVES to cook.