Wednesday, August 18, 2010

What do the laundry mats in your area cost you? Because it cost me almost 15 dollars to wash our clothes today-15 DOLLARS! That's unbelievable! At this rate I think it would be cheaper to just buy a washer and dryer. Meh.
So anywho, washed clothes today! That's about it. I haven't done much else-but I like to think that I can have a little time to relax after a crazy summer and thinking about school starting in less than two weeks. Although then I feel like a lazy pile when I remember that my husband drives an hour to work and back and works all day long...sigh, what a good man I have. I love him to pieces.
Soon I will be posting pictures of our house for those that are interested!
Might go bowling tonight! I haven't been in a while and I quite enjoy bowling. Sometimes I even get strikes, teehee. But definitely not often....Our church is having a free bowling night for people to get to know one another and so Sean and I will probably go when he gets off of work-I'm excited!















So these are like the most comfortable pants ever. I have three pairs, all in different colors and they feel like sweatpants-love them!


















Wearing:
Earrings- Corn Fest jewelry vendor
Shirt- Vintage, Rummage sale
Pants- Target clearance
Shoes- Thrift store

4 comments:

Rebecca said...

How many loads did you do? In Keystone it costs $2 to wash & $2 to dry per load... so for $15 you could almost get 4 loads of laundry done... quite ridiculous!

Butterfly loves Snapdragons said...

I know-it is a rip off! I want to come to the 8 plexes and do laundry there!!

Sarah Mae said...

SO glad you are back to blogging, Katie. I have really missed following what is going on in your life. I would LOVE to see you, so PLEASE let me know if you are ever in Brookings. Unless God provides me with a miraculous healing, I will be bedridden for quite a while (or forever, according to the doctors). I wish I could come see YOU and your house, but I can't. <3 Love you lots.

http://www.caringbridge.org/visit/sarahmae

Krisken said...

Here's a tip for you....use the biggest dryers and washers in the mat....Sometimes you can get two washer loads in one dryer! And if it can be hand washed...do it...there is usually a big sink to help you out...

Thats my tip for washing....:)