Ironing

I just ironed all my clean shirts. I hadn’t planned to. I was knitting my Baktus (almost finished!) when the idea possessed me: “Iron your shirts.”
Now, for a few days at least, I won’t have to iron one when I’m in a hurry to get ready in the morning.
I feel like I should check the mirror to make sure I’m still me.

6 thoughts on “Ironing

  1. I'm a big fan of Down Wrinkle Release, but I must admit there's nothing like a freshly ironed shirt. Once I get the iron and board set up, I actually enjoy the process.

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  2. When I was in high school, a friend said she ironed every morning – because she never knew what the weather would be or what she'd want to wear. I decided I didn't want to wear anything that involved ironing.

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  3. I used to love to iron. It was a calming, mindFUL activity for me. . . like garter stitch or weeding. I hardly ever iron anymore, though. Haven't needed to. . .

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  4. What Kym said. Except for large table cloths, I used to enjoy ironing. Hardly have to anymore — except fabric with which I'm stitching. Go figure.

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