Monday, February 1, 2010

Domestic Goddess - not



What is it about ironing?

I know stop blogging about it and do it...

I promise this pile has not been altered to look bigger than it is - promise... really....

11 comments:

Deb said...

isn't it a horrible part of the job. We don't sign on for it do we.
HAte it with force obvisouly just like you sarah
hugs Deb

ange_moore said...

Is that jeans I see in the ironing pile? Don't worry about those, just fold them and put them away - noone in their right mind irons jeans unless you like them with a crease down the front but you'd have to be in your 80's to want that!!

I hate ironing but for some odd reason find ironing hankies quite enjoyable!!

Tammy James said...

Ange asks about Jeans and I'm going to say it about hankies! They don't need to be ironed! Spend you valuable time doing something else Sarah.

Amy Paul said...

DEFINATELY take those hankies AND jeans out. I only iron when absolutely neccessary. I think there should be a ban on it. .. but I always feel better when I'm wearing ironed clothes. Catch 22.

Catherine said...

Hey....shake and fold...shake and fold...no ironing....thats my motto! Cathyx

Bec said...

Mine is about 5 times that size.... *grin* I do get it down to zero at times, but it continually grows!

clare's craftroom said...

Well that was a bit scary I thought someone had posted a photo of my ironing pile ......but smaller !

Sandi Butler said...

Mmmm....I'm with Catherine on this one 'shake and fold'. I also put shirts on hangers and hang out to dry - minimum ironing. Less time spent ironing.

Leanne said...

I must be the slackest woman on the planet. I only iron if it is absolutely necessary and I have taught Lucas if it looks OK give it a good flick and put it on. I wear lots of linen so it always looks crumpled.

m.e (Cathie) said...

I agree with Catherine, shake & fold is definitely the way to go!!

Nikki Cardigan said...

I no understand. What is this thing "ironing" you speak of?