Tuesday, February 9, 2010

The lonely Maytag Man

My neighborhood Maytag Man is not lonely.

He has visited my house three times in the last two weeks and he isn't done yet and the laundry is piling up.

Water, where it shouldn't be, and 100 degree heat do not mix well with the electronic system in washers and dryers.

At first the Maytag Man would not believe that was the problem -- but now that he has been to the house 3 times and he is beginning to believe it.

He thinks he has it repaired -- it will wash one load -- and I have to call him back to the house -- it always takes three days for him to return because he is so busy.

We are waiting (not so patiently) for new mother boards to be ordered and delivered.

Until then, Cottage Master has been going to the public laundry facility to do the absolutely necessary items (read that as underware!).

Here it is -- the big day -- ever wonder what the insides of machines looks like?

Okay, machines are back in order -- 20 loads of laundry to do -- can I get it all done in one day? DOUBTFUL

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