Ah yes, my washing machine. I consider the friggin' thing quite agitating. I did struggle the first time I used it. The instructions made my head spin. Couldn't figure out why it wouldn't work. I pulled it away from the wall three times and had a look at the back to see if a pipe or something, had a kink in it. No kink, nothing kinky at all. Still it wouldn't work. Then I noticed that I had somehow switched on the timer delay. If only I had concentrated, but at least figuring it out took a load of my mind.
Anyhow, now that I've got your attention in what will prove to be a thrilling posting, I thought it vitally important to inform you that I did three loads of washing today! There you go, an exclamation mark for dramatic impact! Gosh n' wash!
And thus, for your delight, is some of my laundry hanging up on my clothesline. Note the upside down trousers. Please try and control your excitement!
Here, for you viewing pleasure, is yet another photo of my clothesline. Note the upside down t-shirt with some writing on it. Can you figure out what the word is on the t-shirt?
If you weren't sure what the word is on the t-shirt, maybe you now know. Actually, you can see there are two words and five moose (mooses?) sitting at a bar. Okay one of the moose is actually sprawled out on the ground.
Can you see the white garden chair off in the background?
You may also observe that the trees are now sprouting forth an abundance of leaves. Of course, if you click on any of these photos, you can see all these intriguing pictures in even more detail.
Yes indeed, I'm a multitasking or is it 'multi-tasking', single dad who has proudly raised his son on his own for over ten years. And speaking of proud, I am honoured to have received the following award.
I was flattered that 'Count Sneaky', who can be found over at this delightful site, full of amusing anecdotes and thought provoking musings and narrative. If you have never visited this site, I would highly recommend you do so. Here is the link to the site: Count Sneaky's Journal and here is what his award stated and I quote.