Two weeks ago today, I was blithely doing laundry, when suddenly the mesmerizing wawawawa of the spin cycle turned in to Ka-CHUNK-a-BlunkCHUNK etc. I ran from my room to the washer and shut it off, tripping on my rug in the process and possibly breaking my big toe. Luckily the spin cycle was almost over when the washer crashed and burned, so I put the laundry in the dryer (which works fine, but makes an annoying Wa-shhhhh sound with every turn of the drum) and iced my toe and contemplated going to the ER.
I've heard people can have broken toes for weeks and not know it, and I've also heard there's nothing to be done for a broken toe, so I decided to limp around and ignore it. (I told you I'm tougher than I used to be.)
|Guess which toe it was?|
I was not super excited to spend this money, but once the machines got here, I washed everything in my house, and used all the different cycles, and marveled at the fact the clothes came out of the dryer warm (guess the heat wasn't working in the old dryer) and cleaner than ever. I even washed pillows. It was awesome. And pretty quiet without the wawawa's and the ka-shhhhhhs. How sad that discovering that the "whites" cycle included a second rinse was so thrilling to me. This is what its come to: Suburban appliance ecstasy.
I was so excited, that I went onto YouTube and learned how to clean my hardwood floors since I can't put them in the washer. Then I bought a mop. Things are getting weirder and weirder...
The bruising on my toe is mostly gone now, and it only hurts a little by the toe-knuckle. Do you think its broken?
First, that toe looks like it hurts. I think you should sit with your foot up and rest :). Second, did you have to take out the countertop to put in the fancy new washer and dryer?
I did have to take off the counter top, but it is not glued on so it just slides out with a bit of wiggling. I can't do it by myself because it weighs a ton, but Rob and I can do it together. Its back on now!
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