Would it be obligation that got me to hang things on the coatrack, if
I had one? After all this ranting, I'd just have to use it, right?
Make myself do it, even if I felt like throwing my sweater on the
Of course, it helps that I don't have a couch.
But the seasons keep going. The coatrack would be handy soon. As it
is, each chilly morning I'm fishing around in the pile on my dresser,
hating to make something else from the closet 'dirty' by wearing it
off and on, mostly off, all day. That's what's in the pile, see. The
not-quite-dirty dirty stuff.
I haven't done laundry in a long time now. A generous benefactor did a
little laundry for me a couple of weeks ago...and a good time for it
too, as I was truly out of socks. I was still stumbling upon clean
t-shirts and such, but the sock supply had run dry.
So on top of needing a coatrack, I need a dryer. For a washing machine
I already have.
At the trailer, I had a nifty old dryer. It wasn't even a dryer. Its
labelling identified it as a 'Clothes Conditioner.' I sorta want to
ask my old landlord if he still has it, and, if so, if I can buy it
for $25 or so. I think having a 'Clothes Conditioner' (is that really
what it was?) would be pretty spiffy.
That and a coatrack, of course.