Thunder Spoon

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Posting late again today… keep this up and fresh art will be half-baked at midnight.  :)

Polychromos on 400 series Strathmore paper, playing heavy with the white and black pencils, waiting… forever waiting for water faucet repairs so I could try out my new “R2D2 Machine.”   Just a bit of brooding frustration drawn in?

Shortly after I hand washed clothes to wear tomorrow and tossed them in for a “drain/spin” cycle (hoping no water intake required), the maintenance man showed up and fixed it.  Yeah!  So, I’ve been doing laundry… oh so slowly doing laundry.

Yes, I have learned that “efficiency” does NOT mean fast.  I can adapt, especially since I can set it up to kick right into the dry cycle after wash… just walk away and let it do its thing, even if it takes 3 to 5 hours.  It’s not like I have piles of laundry or wash for a huge family to do… it’s okay for one person.

Maybe.  Maybe not.

Sleep beckons and I don’t feel like waiting up for TWO bath towels and a handful of washrags to dry.  The estimated time reads 4:20… I think that means 4 hours and twenty minutes, but when I selected the “120 minutes”  dry cycle, it reads 1:20 – that’s 120 minutes so okay, maybe 4:20 is 420 minutes, or SEVEN hours?  They spin out of wash at high-speed, 1300 rpm, so I’m thinking they could line dry in less time.  When I am thinking about looking for a dryer to use WITH this fancy smancy bells and whistles machine, maybe I should think about buying a different washer, too.  Like a Danby modern version of the old style Hoover washers.  Now those machines were great  The Danby is a twin tub portable (wash tub and a separate high-speed extractor) so they take more human work to do the laundry… but brand new, they are only 1/4th the cost of this machine.  I’m thinking… this is a lease so I’m not locked in.

Odds are y’all are sick of hearing about my laundry woes so I shall TRY not to mention it again.  :)  Yeah, this is an art blog, not an appliance review blog, lol. Well, I am going to take those two towels and toss them over the porch rail while I sit outside for a bit.  (Did I mention that this machine heats up the house?)  I’ll go wandering to read blogs (and comments) either later on tonight or sometime tomorrow… good night!

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4 Responses

  1. I see a peacock feather… Nice!

    • Thanks! I did not see the simularity to a peacock feather until you mentioned it.

  2. Yeah, I see a peacock feather, too! And a bit o’ storminess. The R2D2 sounds a bit frustrating! I think it would be better than nothing in the winter, but maybe for the summer the old fashioned way will be a faster dry! Ye old Solar Powered, Wind Assisted, Manually Operated Clothes Dryer, heheheh. Where have I seen that before?

    • I might return it… hummm… I’ve done the solar clothes dryer thing before, but it was not as pretty as your knotted version!

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