Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Tuesdays Unwrapped

Hello my bloggy friends!

It time for Tuesdays Unwrapped again! Something I discovered over at chatting at the sky, an amazing uplifting blog that I've recently fallen in love with.

The goal of this is to tell a story or post a photo documenting your messy, lovely, unexpected gifts of the small and ordinary nature and to unwrap your daily gift :) Beautiful right?

There is a mountain inside of my house.
A dirty, stinky, muddy mountain.
Mt. Laundry.

Its never ending. The hampers and baskets are overflowing. In fact I'm pretty sure that there has never been a day (since I've had Gage at least) that at one point in time all of the laundry in our house was clean, folded, and put away. Its just not feasible I tell you!

Between Braydens school clothes, Braydens at home play clothes, Gages messy clothes (which get changed often since he's 2), Baseball uniforms, Mikes work uniforms, Mikes at home clothes, and my clothes I often feel as if I'm drowning in a stinky smelly sea of dirty laundry.

But when laundry involves basket thievery by these two guys, it makes it all worth while ♥


Anonymous said...

FYI-the few times i have managed to get the laundry under control.....i have found i don't have enough hangers, or room in the drawers for all our clothes. so, don't bother even trying to climb that mountain

Anonymous said...

Ha! Cute!!

Arlene said...

Cute... and I kind of agree with Anon, lol :P

Cherry Tart Design said...

So true, even with just two of us now, the laundry never seems to be completely done due to time issues or washer/dryer availablility. Apartment life, ugh!

threemoonbabies said...

I can totally relate! At this moment...I have crazy amounts of laundry to fold!

emily said...

love it! We've got a few laundry basket pirates at our house as well!

and thank you for those sweet compliments. That really means a lot.

cheryl said...

Well that would almost- almost make doing the laundry worthwhile..

Dana and Daisy said...

we have one of those mountains too, it's called Mount Dana!