I was skyping with Marc's mom back in November telling her that we were going to buy a new dishwasher soon as ours was on the fritz and she mentioned that we should also buy a new washer dryer at the same time. As I have lamented many a time on this blog we have an extremely small washing machine and a dryer that likes to tie things in knots. I suggested to Marc that we get a new washing machine and his initial reaction was that we have a perfectly good (okay maybe he didn't say perfectly, he was fully aware of how wrinkly his pants were for work) one right now. After Christmas when I did a load of laundry at my moms and showed him his straight from the dyer wrinkle free pants that are usually full of creases and folds, his mind was changed! Hallelujah! Goodbye wrinkle free pants, good bye small loads of laundry, good bye baskets of laundry sitting in the hall for days (well maybe not quite there yet) and hello laundry bliss!
The last load of wrinkly laundry done in our dryer, and no these pants were not tied in knots by us for added wrinkle effect.
And goodbye moustache! I don't think we have yet posted a picture of Marc's new look! He is moustache free but not yet facial hair free. He has what I will call "chin chops."We ended up getting a great deal on a washer/dryer and dishwasher combo. We pulled out the washer dryer for installation and were greeted by this:
We quickly cleaned it up and our new beauties were put in. The only problem is they are a couple of inches too big for the closet because of the dryer vent at the back. Marc thinks he can cut a small hole in the wall to push the dryer vent into but I am happy to leave them like this if we have to.
Presenting our new babies, including the one in my belly!