Many of you have asked where in the world I've been.

All I know is that after 7 plus years of blogging and a different lappy, which I don’t like, I seem to have lost my blogging fervor.

Someday, when you least expect it, I will post again.

For those of you still waiting I say thank you.

Meanwhile, I am rather prolific on twitter. Find me: @KeethaB
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Saturday, February 28, 2009

Oh Goody, Goody, GOODY!!!


Look what I GET to tackle today:

Mount WASH-ington.

This is laundry for just two people!
Stupidly insane.

You know what this means, don't you???
It means it's been
Entirely TOOOOO long since
I last
climbed this particular mountain.



nancygrayce said...

Every time I wash, I count Russell's work shirts because I can't believe I need to wash again! At least we have job security! :)

Keetha Broyles said...

Job security - - - but what about salary???

haley said...

oh keetha, keetha, keetha. that is NOTHING. i am ONE person and my pile is without question 5 times as big as that. i'm attemtping to bring it all downstairs to separate and put in piles so i will try to remember to take a picture of that so you can see what a real mountain of laundry looks like.

ha. my word verification is "condo". and i was just talking last night about wanting to buy a condo someday! weird!

j said...

Scaling Mount WASHington here too. LOL! That was funny.

Of course I am washing for FIVE folks so I feel like I spend an awful lot of my life washing and folding. I have a post saved in my drafts about the laundry. Ha! Great minds think alike :)

Keetha Broyles said...

Haley - - - Kelly puts off laundry so long he has to buy NEW socks and underwear OR do laundry - - - he buys new.

Jen - - - I USED to do laundry for 6, I think I was BETTER then at keeping it up, of course I was a SAM then and now - - - not so much.

Anonymous said...

Makes my laundry for one look pretty good! Have fun!! ♥

Anonymous said...

I 'll come do it for ya! That would be make me a wreck, I do laundry every day LOL! It's usually 4 loads a day, course with a family of 5, and sports clothing that is needed right away again...
I have laundry OCD, maybe that's my problem!

haley said...

i do laundry whenever i run out of underwear. the problem is this... i have more than 100 pairs of underwear. that's no good.

Keetha Broyles said...

I've made a serious dent in the mountain and the day is still young - - -

Brenda said...

Oh, fun! I have a mountain like that that needs folded and put away.
I guess I'd better get to it!

Tonja said...

Hey...there's a Mt. WASHington in Alabama, too!

Keri said...

You were better at it when you had 6 to do it for because you had children that could fold it and put it away. LOL!! :)

Amy...I wish I had laundry OCD because I put it off way too long. It would be so much easier if I would just do what you do!

Char said...

Okay, now we need a follow-up picture.

I think part of the problem is that those are all winter clothes--they take up a lot of hamper space!

Martin LaBar said...

Isn't it Papoo's turn?

Anonymous said...

Oh Keetha,I'm with you.There's only 2 of us also.I wash at least one load a day and there's always more.Sheesh!!!!!!!!!Ann

Shoemaker Family said...

I'm getting concerned...with no post...maybe the laundry tackled YOU!!!

Have you been able to come up for air yet??? :)

Leigh of Tales from Bloggeritaville said...

You and me both!!!

The alberta clipper pics were great!!!i loved the ones of the sun speaking through. i loved to watch little house on the prarie, I recall one episolde where Michale Landon (playing Charles Ingalls) said to his daughter Laura that the clouds, with the rays like that was God speaking to people. I always loved that and that is what it reminds me of.

Keetha Broyles said...

I'm still alive - - - didn't get buried under the laundry - - - just been busy since Saturday.

I'll dream up a new post soon - - -

Kim Sue said...

I. HATE. LAUNDRY. I hate that it NEVER ends. I hate that just when you reach the bottom of the basket someone changes clothes!

Nancy said...

The best part about doing the laundry?
That about sums it up!

Oh, wait, there is something .... the laundry room gets cleared out.....temporarily.

Keetha Broyles said...

I do love the warmth and the fresh smell when I'm FOLDING the clean stuff.

Keetha Broyles said...

I'm with you on ALL of that, Kim Sue!!!

Nancy said...

I saw a wall hanging in a store today and thought of you and this post. It said:

Loads of Fun!

Keetha Broyles said...


Isn't blogging such a WONDERFUL thing - - - less than a year ago, we'd been out of touch for so long neither of us would have thought of the other unless it was a VERY obvious reminder - - - like DRIVING PAST the other's childhood home.


Nancy said...

Yes, it is wonderful being in touch after so many years. Lately, I've been wondering if someone who shares your DNA has become a blog-stocker again.

Keetha Broyles said...

LOL - - - she left a COUPLE of comments on our daughter Keri's blog- - - but not so much over here or at your place, huh!?

Oh, I take that back - - - I believe she DID leave one comment under my "Weeping, Wailing, and Gnashing" post - - - go check it out.