Our Lady of Perpetual Laundry

The laundry is my chore, I shall not want.

The children lie down in green pastures; they splash in muddy waters.

The wash restoreth my clothes: it leadeth me in the paths of cleanliness for all my time.

Yea, though I walk through the valley of the depths of the closet, I will fear no stink: for my soap is with me; my washer and dryer, they comfort me.

Thou preparest a table before me for folding: thou annointest my head with sweat; my basket runneth over.

Surely dirty clothes and clean clothes shall follow me all the days of my life: and I will dwell in the laundryroom for ever.

4 thoughts on “Our Lady of Perpetual Laundry”

  1. I hate laundry equally…I read recently the way to get all your laundry done it to suspend everything and have a movie marathon while you wash, dry and fold it all…my family is gonna try it…we’ll see

    1. Yeah, I read that same tip. My problem is I get caught up in watching the movie. Two hours later, the laundry is still piled up around me and the movie is over.

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