photo: momentsintimeWell, my solution to the ironing crisis turned out poorly-literally. I am afraid to tell you that for 15 pieces of clothing, 8 of which were children's, I paid $46! I got ripped off. I can't even say it was worth it. Now, I feel sick that I spent so much on something to get ironed that I can't enjoy wearing it. (Note the picture is a bill made into a shirt! :) It's not like it was dry cleaning, which you have no choice. It was IRONING...something I CAN do, I just didn't have time. So, I will try to iron. Or at least call around for better rates. :) Maybe I'll start my own ironing business....haha! Fiddlesticks! I guess I haven't arrived yet, no ironing lady here unless her name is Andi. When do you all iron? Do you iron as needed or before you put it away?
My solution about the streaking iron problem I had a few weeks ago:
***the "rust" was burnt starch. I will clean the iron well and avoid starch. Or maybe just avoid ironing. I am NOT going to pay that much again, so when you see us and we are all wrinkly, you'll know what's going on in our family. Do you know that iron has four letters. That makes it a bad word, right?! By the time I have finished writing all of my complaints about ironing, I could have ironed. So, I'll go do some.