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Wednesday, April 06, 2005

The Speech to Myself

I see in your eyes the same mountain that would take the heart of me. A day may come when this laundry pile of mine overwhelms me, when I forsake clean towels and break all scoops of soap, but it is not this day. An hour of soiled shirts and dirty pants, when the laundry room comes crashing down, but it is not this day. Today, I fold! For all of the children in my house, and for my dear husband too, I tell you I will sit, and fold my laundry!

So... I guess I had better do it.
Kate

5 comments:

Circle of Quiet said...

Can I have your autograph? You are SO funny (-:

Love,
DI

Karin said...

Thanks for the laugh. And you've reminded me, I have some laundry to fold...

Teresa said...

Since you made the commitment, you want to do mine? I beleive that my husband is not too happy that it is beginning to take over the living room. I allways joke that my children will grow up thinking that we get clean clothes out of piles and not drawers--that's bad!

Willena said...

Hi Kate! I love your sense of humour!

I want to thank you for visiting my blog, and especially for your encouraging comment. :-)

I've been to your blog before, and I like it. I'll be back again...

Amanda Witt said...

I am laughing so hard I'm crying (and trying not to look at the mountain in the corner of the room).