Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Wonder of Wonder, Miracle of Miracles

What's this, you ask? A wrinkled shirt? Yes, a wrinkled shirt that has been sitting in our laundry room for several MONTHS. Yes, that's right, months. Why, you ask? Because I really don't like ironing and have to be in the mood to iron. Did I pretend to like ironing and actually be good at it before I got married, you ask? Yes, actually, I did. Why would I do something like that, you ask? To impress my sweet and cute husband (who was my cute and sweet almost boyfriend at the time) and show him that I was definetly marriage material. Obviously it worked, but to my sweet and patient husband, I think he has had years of disappointment in this area because I really have trouble ironing his shirts when he gives them to me. And he would iron them himselves if I hadn't told him one time that I was better at it...WHY did I say that?? So this is to you honey- thank you for being so sweet and patient to me and for being a loving husband who doesn't yell at me when I take three months to iron a shirt!! :)) KISSES!!
This is to prove I actually got out the iron and ironed his shirt...


Finished product. Now don't judge because it's obviously been a long time since I have ironed...

5 comments:

Sarah said...

Haha! I don't iron either, but at least I never pretended to! You are so funny. Poor Jason does all his own ironing.

The Mattson's said...

You are so funny:) i hate to iron also. I just buy wrinkle free everything.

Kevin and Cami said...

Oh you make me laugh. I think I can count on one hand how many times I have ironed since I got married. I'm sure your hubby will be soo happy!

the tim gailey home said...

huh. i have to iron EVERY morning. mostly because if i pre-iron then hang in the closet, it just gets wrinkled again.

you might want to use the other side of the board when you iron the main part of the shirt, though. it gives you a broader underneath so you don't have to move the shirt so many times. or is your ironing board double sided? i'll show you what i mean later.but if it gets the job done, who cares?

Likes' Family said...

Right there with you on the ironing. I RARELY, if ever iron. Jeff used to ask me to iron his shirts. But realized it took a few months to get them back. Now, he irons his own!