Like a lot of other WOOFers (Women Only Over Fifty), give or take a stray black sock, I’ve sorted and stuffed a load of dark clothes into the washer about 5000 times over the course of my adult life.
You’d think I’d learn.
Oh, but, no.
Today, as I lift damp, limp clothing from the washer, give each piece a shake and transport it to the dryer, I see it. The lint-cover black tee.
That’s what I get for buying new bath towels only every decade or so. And back in the 90’s, when I purchased white ones, I did so to avoid this very thing.
How quickly we forget.
So now, here I wait to see if the dryer can rectify the damage I have done, remove the plethora of lint I have inflicted on an innocent black tee. Damn those new dark green towels.
Besides that, they don’t absorb as well as the old ones.
Oh, there’s the dryer buzzer. Wish me luck…
Of course, the lint filter is going to be just the WORST!
-- Diana "d.d. dawg"