I simply cannot imagine doing my laundry in a mangrove swamp.Counting my blessings!
My thought, too, Bag Lady. Whenever I think I'm hard done by I'll think of this.
Just got a new washing machine the other day. I think I am going to go kneel in front of it and say a prayer of thanks.
Oh.My.Goodness.What I have taken for granted!!
LOL, Betty. And I concur.
Dawn, we crossed-posted. It makes a person think, doesn't it?
Great photo, love to live your adventures vicariously!Coincidentally, I'm just back from vacation and up to my thighs doing laundry too... though it's not water but dirty clothes I'm wading through.
Thanks, Crabby.Good to have you back.
Makes me want to hug my washer. Living with no dryer is easy by comparison.
I thought I had it rough having to walk down the hall to the laundry room! I will remember this post as I make the trek on Monday and be grateful :)
Messymimi, me, too. It's laundry day here and I am so happy I can stay dry while I do it.Reb, perspective means a lot.
I look at that house and long to live there and then I remember the mosquitos....Automatic washers are one of the wonders of the twentieth century. Right up there with running water and refrigeration.Mary Anne in Kentucky
Mary Anne, I saw only one mosquito in the whole country and it had already bitten someone.Totally agree re:washers.
That's a wonderful shot, Leah. I love the feel of it but I'm glad I don't have to do my laundry this way.
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