Amazing!! That looks EXACTLY like my Ironing Outfit. No, not really...my ribbon is a pale, pale green.word verification: stshipy(Patron Saint of Ironing?)
Just don't get that iron anywhere near it - luuuurving your mop cap.
If I can be guaranteed a cleavage like that then I might join you!
Just another one of those jobs you need a man for!
Fulvia obviously has too much time on her hands... suggest she comes to do your ironing to give you time to moisturise.
When she said 'moisturise' did she just mean use the spray AND the steam functions on your iron?
NEVER EVER confuse ironing with moisturizing... it could be painful.(That bonnet looks like a cupcake upside down.)
Have recently discovered your blog it is most entertaining.Must put that into practice, good advice.Jo
HA. I always tease that I am lucky. My husband can fix me up no problem. Just slap some stucco or something on me and I'm DONE.Paola
Given her proximity to the iron, Miss Fulvia's bosom is too white.
I love the ironing woman. I think she is the Mistress of the house doing a little token ironing, leaving the duvet covers and husband's shirts for someone else, or sending them out to the laundry. Thank you for sharing Fulvia's advice, will try to keep up with yet something else. Might be too late, the Mistress has youth and pillowing bosoms on her side.
Oh, I'm loving your comment box today. PS-Fulvia still scares me.
Will a Vicks vapour rub on the chest do?
I think Fulvia is an optimist.Mine needs ironing.(TMI?)
Just today in the Little Teachers' Room (and no, there isn't one for taller teachers...) I noticed a disturbing reddish line and thought, "I am now a woman of a certain age, and need".
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