So who the hell came up with the whole idea of ironing clothes, anyway?
Yeah, guess what I’ve been doing for the last couple of hours? Ironing 2 shirts, 1 coat and a pair of Pants. We have an event to go to Tomorrow, and I have to do Psycho Momia proud. So I get to bust out the suit that gets worn 2, maybe three times in a year.
Pull it out, and damn! Looks like a topo map of the Grand Canyon. And can somebody explain to me how they got covered in cat hair – when they hang 6 feet off the ground?
That’s oldest daughter, showing her colors. You can too, by going to Cafe Press .
We are going to an interview tomorrow for “her school”. It’s a local Montessori school, and has a great feel. Not cheap however. Not even inexpensive. I think (as her mama does) that she would flourish there.
Oh, and Rosemary – I haven’t forgotten about you…I just never remember at appropriate times.
2 thoughts on “Flattening things that won’t stay flat.”
I admire you for even attempting to iron…I don’t even own one anymore! You will do PM proud…and have a good time.
What a great picture of Oldest child. She is a stunning combination of you and PM, isn’t it amazing how genes work? 🙂
My Tattooed Dad bumper sticker is a lovely mix on my car up here in Vermont with my Waldorf school sticker, and the one I have that says ‘buy local’. I like to keep people thinking. Plus, it’s an easy way to point out the car to people.
Oh My. Oldest daughter looks just like you, my friend. Nice work…. 😀
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