Folding Laundry

Another group of people I don’t understand are those who fold their laundry in their laundry rooms.

Granted, I’m no specialist on laundry folding. I only discovered the idea of folding laundry after my thirtieth birthday and the concept of a laundry room after turning 35.

Still, unless your laundry room is palatial, why would you want to spend any time in it? It’s lonely and there’s nothing to do. Or do people stick TVs in there?

I love folding and do it in my bedroom while chatting with Klara or watching TV.

3 thoughts on “Folding Laundry

  1. I agree completely that folding laundry alone in the laundry room is incredibly boring drudgery.

    When I was growing up, we didn’t have a TV at all. I actually told my mom as a teenager “I can’t wait to grow up and live on my own hso I can sit and fold laundry in front of my own tv!”

    Then I grew up, and it turns out even sitting in front of my own tv doesn’t make the laundry folding job any more fun. Thankfully, I’ve passed that job to my teen daughters for now…but assume I’ll have to make myself do it again in a few years. I can safely say that one of worst parts of having kids is the amount of laundry. And one of best parts of having kids is being able to teach them to do it and hand off the chore for a few years.


  2. I usually do 3-4 loads one after another. I usually decide on a show for folding before I even start separating lights and darks. Laundry is my favorite chore.


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