Just Pondering Part 677

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English: A clothes line with some pegs (clothe...
English: A clothes line with some pegs (clothespins) nearby. Français : Des pince à linges sur une corde à linge. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Okay, I will admit that life has its ups and its downs and it is not so much about what happens to you, but about your reaction towards circumstances.

Recently, I did a batch of laundry and I had my clothing drying on a clothes-line. Guess what happened? Someone decided to light a small bonfire on the empty lot of land opposite my house; as a result of this, my clothing acquired a smoky fragrance; they smelled as though they were dried in front of a camp fire.

Luckily, it was a small batch of clothing (So, I am not pissed about the darn incident).

I have two options: I can wash them over, or I can use Febreze to eliminate the smoky odour.

What would you have done if you were in my shoes?

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5 thoughts on “Just Pondering Part 677

    msauthorette said:
    May 6, 2014 at 1:27 am

    Hmmm, what would I have done, were I in this situation? Well, I would’ve been frustrated, to say the least! And I probably would have rewashed everything. I like the smell of clothing, especially bed sheets, when they’ve been dried out in the sunshine and fresh air. But smoke doesn’t really smell good on clothes the next day ;-) at least it wasn’t a really large load of laundry!


      Renard Moreau responded:
      May 6, 2014 at 3:35 pm

      [ Smiles ] Thank you for sharing your perspective!


    truckerturningwrite said:
    May 6, 2014 at 5:48 pm

    When I was finished beating up the fire starter I would maybe wash again. I wonder would the smell leave them if they were left out for longer? I don’t know. (I am joking about the beating part)


      Renard Moreau responded:
      May 6, 2014 at 5:50 pm

      [ Smiles ] Leaving them longer on the line might work.

      Thank you for your input!


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