I have real busy adjusting to my new pad and intensive work commitments (my tuition kids are all having their finals or national examinations!). You know the usual - moving furniture, boxes, packing and unpacking them, fussing over minor defects around the house etc. And it is NOT over yet.
I guess moving out has its perks and its lows. One of the latter, much to my amusement, is breaking the basic law when doing laundry.
This was one of my favourite tees from a long time ago. Before I reduced its status to that of a rag, I decided to take a picture of it.
A few days later, in a hurry to fill up my washer, I threw in the whites into the drum with other coloured clothes. The outcome was obvious. My whites, including my socks, turned blue all over (You have to click on the picture to see the bluish tinge clearly). The culprit was the plant dyes used on the pillow cover which I had gotten while trekking in Vietnam a few years back.
Given that this was my thrid time operating the new washer, I decided to be more forgiving towards myself.
To look at the incident more objectively of course, apart from being careles, I was just plain lazy. :)
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