I sort the washing into bundles.
I place the items in the washing machine.
I remove them once washed and put them in a basket.
I take the basket outside and peg everything out to dry.
Later, I collect it all in again and usually have to place it in the dryer to finish it off.
I remove it from the dryer and fold it into another basket.
I take the basket upstairs and sort items into bundles of whose clothes belong to whom.
I then carry the bundles to each of their rooms.
By the time I have done the washing, I have handled items many times.
It is no wonder that I find myself saying,
‘Not those bloody jeans again!’
And that’s another reason I don’t do ironing. Fondling all those items for minutes at a time while I manoeuvre them around an ironing board? No thanks.
It works with shopping too. Think about it!