Life Lesson: Giving More Than Expected

Lowi and I have been cleaning, purging, getting rid of unnecessary stuff for months. You’d think we’d be done by now, frankly. And yet we have this “friendly” battle over a pair of pants and T-shirt. First world problems for sure. Then after I tell you this next little tale you might start to think I have a real problem keeping track of my clothes.
This loss of clothing, albeit temporary, came about through an act of kindness, if I do say so myself.
John and I were getting a new washer and dryer and I asked my younger sister if she wanted our old set. They both still worked well and she said she did. Everyone wins. I get rid of the old set and she doesn’t have to buy new.
amana-dryer
Our new washer and dryer were delivered and the delivery team was kind enough to take the others to the garage. The set was in the garage for a few weeks before our Dad dropped them off at my sister’s house.
A couple hours later I get a call from my sister.
“Your dryer is full of clean clothes?!”
Oops. It seems we gifted her a washer, dryer and a laundry basket full of clean clothes. You would think I would’ve noticed clothes were missing. Especially when I got them back I was saying “I wondered wear those pants were!”
Thankfully, we gave the washer and dryer to my sister or I would’ve donated a lot more than I had planned.
Sunshine & Sarcasm,
Lowi & G

2 Comments Add yours

  1. Annie says:

    Sounds like something I would have done.Time for some superbrain yoga?

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    1. G (of Lowi & G) says:

      I might need that!!

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