Standup Shirt

Stiffy the Standup Shirt

This shirt was in the ice storm and then the subsequent freeze all out on the laundry line. It didn’t dry. Or at least the water content didn’t go down. Rather now it is filled with water in the solid form, so much that it could do stand up comedy routines.

Today we lost all of our snow, it rained hard, the winds picked up, the snow returned. We got in a new water line buried down the mountain. A reprieve from winter when the ground was soft enough to dig.

Outdoors: 50°F/16°F Drizzle, Rain, Hail, Sleet, Drenching Rain, Rain, Drizzle, Winds, 3″ Snow. Interesting weather.
Tiny Cottage: 65°F/59°F

Daily Spark: If you’re bored with the weather just wait a moment.

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2 Responses to Standup Shirt

  1. Bill Harshaw says:

    Ah, yes, I remember frozen laundry. Monday was wash day and the washing would freeze on the line. I don’t remember how they got unthawed and dried. I guess I was a small male chauvinist even then, not interested in such details. Though there’s not much nicer than the smell of air-dried laundry in the summer.

  2. Teresa says:

    I know my grandmother used the clothesline year round, but I’m not fond of frozen clothes!

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