on a lighter note...

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Whoaahh!h!

30 to 45 minutes washing time (deep wash/ heavy soiled/etc.
20 to 45 minutes dryer time (depending on clothing material)

Putting away time 10 minutes (maybe) into my "Go Bag".

To illuminate wrinkles all clothes are put on hangers and placed in closet, emidiatedly to avoid wrinkles and having to do unnecessary ironing.

People really need to learn how to avoid wrinkled clothing when traveling and ironing at home, by using twice (+) [depending on fabric, washer & dryer], the amount of fabric softner than recommended.

If you're waiting 7 to 10 business days before hanging your clothes, then one must like ironing; which I don't!, but will IF Necessary!
 
Only wish this was true! Maybe, definitely Not!, true for all others and then there are those "big rigs"; Because those drivers can't read or comprehend!! NO TRUCKS THIS LANE/ NO PASSING LANE, (the far left lane) .

Wishful thinking!!
 

Still a snack for me, but throw in a little black pepper. Few things in life are more rewarding to me than walking out my back door to go pick a couple of tomatoes for a light snack.

Though this year, I had to go out and pick them just as they started to yellow, then bring them inside to ripen on the counter. Can't tell you how many tomatoes I lost to mockingbirds this Spring and early Summer just looking for any source of water. It has been really dry here since mid-May.

Also a snack for me when I was a kid was opening a jar of tomatoes that Mom had canned. I'd bring 3 or 4 quart jars of tomatoes back to my dorm with me when I was in college. My room mate was a country kid, too. 4 1-quart jars of tomatoes never lasted us more than 2 or 3 days.
 
Still a snack for me, but throw in a little black pepper. Few things in life are more rewarding to me than walking out my back door to go pick a couple of tomatoes for a light snack.

Though this year, I had to go out and pick them just as they started to yellow, then bring them inside to ripen on the counter. Can't tell you how many tomatoes I lost to mockingbirds this Spring and early Summer just looking for any source of water. It has been really dry here since mid-May.

Also a snack for me when I was a kid was opening a jar of tomatoes that Mom had canned. I'd bring 3 or 4 quart jars of tomatoes back to my dorm with me when I was in college. My room mate was a country kid, too. 4 1-quart jars of tomatoes never lasted us more than 2 or 3 days.
We started picking our tomatoes when they were still green , put them in a cardboard box and they'll ripen perfectly in a week or so, avoiding the birds and other pests. Paper bags work good too.
 
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