A letter to my husband,

Dear Sweet Husband,                                                                                                                           I know I should be thankful to have a husband who is kind enough to help around the house. I applaud your initiative to start the laundry without me asking. It is for this reason, my love, that I will not complain about the fact that you washed bathing suits in the same load as your work jeans. I can easily overlook, my darling, the fact that you left the wash in the washer for two days as well. BUT my dear, the person whom I know I will blissfully spend the rest of my living days and hopefully if G-d sees fit those days there after with, I kindly ask that if you ever choose to be so helpful again in the future, sweetheart, please can you try to remember to take your F@*King checkbook out of your pocket before you wash!

Love, Your beloved wife

11 thoughts on “A letter to my husband,

  1. It took me 20 minutes to clean out the machine. I had to dry the clothes to try and get the stuff off of them and then re-wash them! UUGGGH MEN! Oh and now I need to order more checks! LOL

    1. Oh that is not good! I forgot to mention that he washed the jeans and bathing suits and everything all together in HOT water! So yes it could have been much much worse! Sigh… they do try. Although sometimes I cannot help but think that perhaps, unconsciously, or maybe consciously they do these things so they don’t have to ever do the wash again.

  2. WOW! He gets to carry a checkbook?!

    So many things to be positive about and thankful for:
    1) It wasn’t wadded up paper towels or tissue left in a pocket.
    2) He’s not in construction and having left a black thick construction crayon (whatever it is) in his pocket. G-d forbid that black wax makes it all the way to the dryer. Talk about a nightmare.
    3) It wasn’t a pen left in his shirt pocket that also made it’s way to the dryer.

  3. dear sharonn,
    i want you to understand that he did nothing wrong, wrong is me leaving mywatch in my pants, mom washes pants and then dries in dryer. and then says to me its my fault. you women should know are limitations and not require,ask or allow us by your washer. its the womens fault!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    men are perfect!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  4. I want you to know…
    This evening, I went to my dryer to retrieve my dear husbands work pants and what to my dismay….some unidentifiable paper at the base of the door and a ton of it in the filter. I have absolutely no idea where it came from because I personally went through all the pockets prior to washing his pants. There wasn’t one piece of evidence during the transfer from the washer to the dryer. I can only assume that somehow your paper managed to make it’s way to Florida.

    Oh & in order to clean the filter system, I had to take the entire thing apart because not only was it in my filter but it was below the filter and unfortunately my vacuum cleaner hose was not thin enough to get through. It’s a good thing I’m handy with a screw driver. I managed to take it completely apart then put it back together without breaking it. I’m happy to report my dryer is clean of ALL dust bunnies and loose paper now.

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