Monday, April 8, 2013

I bet you have one, too................

...................a shirt, or something else, that you just love but every time you wear it it has to be ironed again.  So you iron it and hang it in your closet and don't wear it again for a long time.  You know that once you wear it the cycle will start all over again.  That's the way it is with this shirt.  I love it - it's blue chambray eyelet and fit's just perfectly.  I've had it for years and you can see why.  I was thinking today that the only person who can carelessly toss on a cotton shirt is someone who doesn't have to iron it.    Diane

6 comments:

June said...

I laughed at this one Diane! I had tons of these. Even though they are a bother, I love them. It's a good thing this girl loves to iron :)
hugs from here...

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

If the shirt fits and it does look lovely,maybe the ironing is a small price to pay for wearing it.

Name: Amanda said...

Yep. Boy, I have a lot of these pieces of clothing. You hate to wear it, because you don't want to have to go through all of the necessary care. I laughed when I read this. xobean

The French Bear said...

Hi Diane, sorry to take so long to come and visit, that last surgery was harder then I expected.
You shirt and the ironing brings back lots of memories of my sisters and I irioning my Dad's shirts...he was a pilot and they go through a lot of white shirts!
Maybe I am strange but I love ironing, it brings back memories and makes me happy.....I think I am weird, lol.
We had more snow and I was so worried about the chickadees, they must wonder why they hang around here with this cold weather. I will not be the only one wishing for Spring!!! Your weather looks terrific, I love the mailbox flowers!
Hugs,
Mags
xxxx

Kit said...

OMG!! You read my mind. My fav shirts are from Old Navy and they are the same way. :) Kit

Tammy@T's Daily Treasures said...

Ironing is not my favorite thing to do so I just usually give a quick swipe to anything I have to wear. Just enough to say I did but I certainly don't feel it needs to be perfect. And certain clothes are meant to be a bit rumply, right! I mean, if they aren't when you first put them on, they certainly will be after a while anyways. :) Best wishes, Tammy