If the smell of warm cotton doesn't make you nostalgic, then you are probably too young. . . . (Sorry.)
You perhaps never skipped through the door after school to the scent of freshly ironed laundry wafting in the air. And you probably have no memory at all of your first ironed hankie, or felt the early pleasure of a smoothly ironed towel that you managed all by yourself. (Pity.)
I can't really help you with the absence of longing for the heavenly scent of freshly pressed cottons. (You have to actually go out of your way to have all cotton linens these days, and ironed polyester just smells!)
But you know what they say. . . .
It's never too late to have a happy childhood!
Some days are just better when you can see that you have gotten a few things all ironed out.
Seeing fewer wrinkles can make any woman's day!
First there's the pleasure of the doing. . . .
And then comes the delight of the having!
Eating and sleeping on beautifully ironed linens is almost decadent in our times. . .
But even while they're waiting to be used, they are the gift that keeps on giving. . .
Here's to keeping your laundry happy!
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