These days afternoons mean a sore and tired hip and leg on the left-hand side of my body. Because I walking without the aid of a crutch or cane there is still a considerable hitch in my giddy up and by day’s end I feel it.
Ein Neuen Waschsalon
After clarifying which laundromat is used by ITP-Reader Stacy I decided to give it a shot last night. Like its predecessor in Chamblee Midtown Wash is conveniently located between work and home. Though it’s a little more expensive than it’s predecessor, partially I am to blame, it’s still cheaper than driving all the way to Chamblee for the purpose of washing clothes.
My financial blunder occurred when I split my huge load of darks into two loads, placing each in a machine that charged $4.50, instead of realizing that i could put it all into a single ginormous washer that only cost $6.75. Live and learn…
There are other benefits for going to Midtown Wash, the machines take credit cards, they are implementing a rewards program, it’s clean, and someday I can meet up with Stacy and have dinner/drinks while doing laundry.
After getting home I managed to make some pork and beans for dinner, labor through putting away all of my clean clothes, and talk to my mother on the phone for awhile, before passing out at around 10:30pm. So much for getting my German homework done.
As is the norm on Tuesdays tonight is German class night. I am going to attempt to get ready for class in the ninety minutes that I will have between the end of my work day and waddling across Peachtree to Colony Square.
Make it a Super Tuesday.