To do laundry, first sort your dirty clothes, making separate piles for whites, bright colors and darks.
If you mix whites with colors in the wash, the colors may bleed onto and ruin your whites.
Tips for Best Results:
Just as with machine-washing, the first thing to do is sort your clothes by colour so that you are washing whites, light colours and dark colours separately
My father's family lived near the Georgian Bay, specifically, my father's aunt, Delia. We drove up to visit, in 1950. I don't remember much, except just getting to be in Canada. I have a faint memory they had something like popsicles. In the living room of Aunt Delia's, a very old piano, very very old, and they said it would be mine (I never heard of these people again). It wasn't shaped like the pianos we all know.
The tea had cream in it. What?
The bathtub ran red sort of water.
this is a scene take, just that we went there, and remembering.
Maybe it was a square piano? They make lovely desks, I'm told.
(Sorry for the digression -- enjoying the laundry photos.)
These drying racks are cheap and you're doing something for the
environment. Plus, it puts less strain on your clothes, and it smells so good...
did I say that already?
Eva, it's prohibited here too, but I like living dangerously
I'm amazed that the US, which is normally so adamant about individual rights to do what they like on their own property, seems to have got so obsessed with telling people they can't do something so trivial and harmless!
Bed linen, too. Not for them the joy of sheets that smelled of the sun.
It looked like that, but I remember it as more of a rectangle..
Thinking about it - it might have been that you were hanging out clothes at midsummer. After all that is a holiday when things should be ready for celebrating.