This week Neighbour and I discuss the Jubilee, Brad’s buffness and the age old question…just how often should one wash their sheets and towels?
Listen here or download in itunes…
Fantastic! Will listen to this whilst I fold a mountain of washing!! (of sheets and towels, which I wash once a week…)
towels = once a week or smell just like neighbour.sheets = ummmmm…. I’m bad here, when I start to smell them… so more in summer, but in winter… could be a month or more.
*hides in shame*
Great episode. Towels: once a week here. Sheets, I can be lazy but one a fortnight in summer once a week.
I’m not sure I can read the replies to the sheets washing here. I’m a weekly girl for us, and up to 10 days for the kids. Any more than that I am grossed out.
Sorry world. I am a passionate about clean sheets!
These are coming with on holidays x
Sheets – once a week. Doona cover once a week in summer, once a week in winter if I have a top sheet. Which I must have.Towels – once a week, twice a week in summer.
Took me all day to download thanks to a very crapola internet connection (I seriously think some Nigerian scammer is tapping into my line during business hours), but soooo loved the show once I plonked myself down in a quiet place with a wee drink (10 weeks of school holidays began last Thursday so finding a quiet place is not easy). I have the absolute luxury of a maid here to do all the washing so everything is washed a lot more often than I ever do in ‘maid-less locations
I have the dvd of the first series of Downton Abbey if you want it posted to you.Loved the podcast. Krinny
After reading your blog for years, I’ve connected the dots of late and realised where that adorable house of yours is located! (I never claimed to be clever). You would know my cousin Colin Munro?!
I am Beth. Just Beth. Although as I have moved to the country I am considering changing my name to Bev. Because I’ll be making jam. And stuff. But I guess that’s fast forwarding a little. As Coldplay said, let’s go back to the start.. More about me.
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