This morning I've finished cleaning the kitchen and scrubbed the kids bathroom. That leaves me 2 beds to strip & wash, one bathroom to scrub, and all the floors to do. I'm getting there.
My laundry adventure yesterday made me wonder something. How do you sort laundry? When Husband and I got married he didn't sort anything. NOTHING. Everything went into the washer together. Jeans, towels, dress clothes, underwear....EVERYTHING. I thought it was just a "single guy" thing until I learned his mom does her laundry the same way.
My mom, on the other hand, had a rather extensive sorting system. She had a ton of laundry baskets we would line up in the kitchen & sort into. Towels in one pile, sheets in another, then the baskets read: Whites, Lights, Darks, Reds, Jeans, Sweats & PJ's. I still sort the same way with the exception of Sweats & PJ's. They get sorted in with the color group they fit into. If I don't have enough reds (and if they've all been washed a few times before) they can end up in with the dark clothes. And because she's still so little, Bitsy's clothes get washed separately in Dreft.
Is your laundry more or less involved than this? Am I odd in my sorting?
(In case you're wondering, No, that isn't my laundry room. That is what we call Wishful Thinking with no chance of every happening. If I had a laundry room like that, I'd put a cushy chair in it, a stack of books, and a mini-fridge....then I'd never come out.)