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Hadn't thought of that Rosewood, but it's a fact! Thanks!
These instructions are often on linen and wool garments which have been around much longer ago than dry cleaning. In fact both fabrics were available in Bible days when standard washing practice was carrying said article of clothing down to a river and pounding it with a rock!!! I'm with Maxine!!!
I do so like a dose of Maxine!! Thanks Mimi.
Jan And BJ you are both so funny, love it, thanks!
this is how I can save on my water bill.
Crabby? That's normal to me!! LOVE her. Thanks so much, Mimi!
She does indeed Hanne!Thanks Leet, I think that's her big appeal to us all!
Maxine is always in bad temper..and terribly grumpy....which makes me love her. She says what I would like to say and do.
She VERY often hit the nail very precisely!! Thanks so very much Mimi!!
You're very welcome Francine!
Have to love our Maxine. Thanks Mimi.
So glad you like it Ank!Thanks Robbie for the explanation for Ank and all of us. I really did not know Maxine's origins either. Now run check those labels!Hi Denise, and you are so right about that cocktail. Hardly ever see her without it!
Good title mimi:-) As soon as she has had her cocktail she will forget all about the laundry:-)
Hope you don't mind Mimi, Ank the character Maxine was created by an artist John Wagner for Hallmark cards Shoebox line in 1986. Both of them are celebrities now!Right on Maxine, I just threw all our laundry in, I better check labels!! Thanks Mimi for the fun.
lol Pat. Never do it again. Uhhh, I have one too.Funny Mimi, I like it.Question. I often see Maxime-puzzles. Is she something from a news-paper or what?
Love your comment my dear! You are one cute lady!
And I've got the silk rags and men's wool sweaters now in Toddler 2 size to prove it!