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Also see: The fastest way to motivate teens to do their own laundry.JulesHouse of Jules
Ohh, you went for the LG….nice! Can I be jealous? 😉
Julesie: Totally. They have both declared today that I should not worry about their laundry; they’ll do it. 🙂
Melissa: Yup. But I refuse to give credit to Jesse from Home Depot. While we were there we realized that our washer was AT LEAST ten years old, and it would be dumb to just get a dryer. There were lots of other rationalizations, but I won’t go into it all here. 🙂Suffice it to say that my clothes (okay, and my family) are very, very happy. 🙂
Hey, it’s better then most reality shows. Plus, I’d do the same if I had a sweet washer like that.
You’re right; that IS better than television!
Is this what happens when he has NOTHING to wear and a date in two hours? Beautiful machines. AND I see you have a laundry sink — now that, I’m jealous of!
Michelle: Ha! And that’s the 13-year-old. So no dating yet. But he actually has NO DIRTY CLOTHES. We have done so much laundry in the past couple of days because everybody is so excited about it. 🙂
I did that once. It was fun. Then I pretended I was insane, which I am, but I was in an insane assylum. (In my pretending.) I probably shouldn’t of admitted that over the internet…
oh, and House of Jules, I am 15 and I do my own laundry! (When I need something to wear and my mom hasn’t done it yet…
It looks like he is waiting for his special blankie to be clean!
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