- Old sewing machine and ironing board
- Old books
- Foosball table
- Doll house.
Monday I added 2 more items to the list: apartment-sized washer and dryer,
then I promptly crossed them off:
washer and dryer.
Although I like having a washer and dryer in The Cottage (which one day soon I hope we’ll rent out) the dryer in particular was at least 30 years old. The washer had been left by a former tenant over 10 years ago so it, too, was a relic in terms of energy savings, reliable usage, etc.
Our son is “between laundry machines” at the moment so with Charlie’s help he took them out of The Cottage.
They strapped the washer to the top of his car . . .
And shoved the dryer into the back seat.
If I decide to replace these items it will be with updated models but for now I’ll just enjoy the emptiness.
But the space fills up quickly. Urgh.
Would you strap an appliance to the top of your car?