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A visit today from hometime and J was lovely, really good to catch up. I do miss seeing more of them.

And after that, with grabstick and claw hammer, I tackled the clothes boulder in my bedroom.

I now have the biggest laundry pile I have ever seen.

On my bed.

At bedtime any clothing that's still there goes off the bed, to be the basis of the next terraforming of the bedroom floor.

(What I'm saying is: I guess I didn't really think this one through).

On the plus side, Chrissy gift of clothing FTW!


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Dec. 30th, 2012 08:49 am (UTC)
Yes. First rule of CFS: never start a project that involves "temporary" use of the bed as a sorting space.

Giftage of clothes delays falling off the clean clothing cliff for a few more days!

(Second load nearly done...I may survive this yet.)

Dec. 30th, 2012 11:10 am (UTC)
This is why I have a sofa. Laundry would never get done otherwise.

...actually if I lived alone there might be less laundry mass and yet still a big bed, so I could use half the bed for laundry if I had to. But it would be a Bad Idea, as you've explained.

But the number of times I have made clean laundry, it has gone to the sofa, been moved from sofa to bed because guests were coming over, then *back* to the sofa because it didn't get sorted and putawayed yet, is sad.
Dec. 30th, 2012 12:51 pm (UTC)
No. I have been using the other half of the bed in this manner for some time now. There were actually two clothing boulders: one over a chair, and one on the other side of the bed which was slowly growing over my side as well.

don't get me wrong, the cat loved it....
Dec. 30th, 2012 01:35 pm (UTC)
My father the archeologist would come into my room when I was a teenager and comment sarcastically on my clothing boulders by saying something about the ancient mound-builders' civilizations and their mysterious ways. I like to have things in orderly piles. Even when I don't have a cat to help.

Sweetie has been demanding that the universe provide a robot that will put clothing on hangers and put the hangers in the closet. I would pay entirely too much for this robot. The bureau things often get put away (in a fashion that involves stuffing them in the drawer without folding, naturally) but hangers? Much too tricky.
Dec. 31st, 2012 12:53 am (UTC)
First rule of CFS: never start a project that involves "temporary" use of the bed as a sorting space.

Boy, that is the truth. You'd think I'd learn by now.
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