Saturday, November 15

Making an appointment to wash clothes





That's how it's works here in Sweden. I don't know if in your country is the same, but in Brazil buildings don't have a communitarian laudry.
Here, they are usually in the basement, and every laundry has a papper or a padlock that you set the chosen free day.

I have my own laudry inside my bathroom, what makes my life easier. It is more commom to have your own laundry if you live in a house.

6 comments:

Green Fairy Quilts said...

Stopping by to say thank you for your kind words and visiting my blog. Take care.

Mandy said...

Thank you for stopping by!! I love your pictures on the side bar...they are beautiful!

Andrea said...

Our washer/dryer is that size also. It's hard to keep up with laundry as a result. That's why my laundry basket is overflowing.... :D

Grace Olsson said...

Luciana, I prefer to live in a house. I felt the laundry in Sverige very organized...but not for me...
I live in house for that.
take care

Grace Olsson said...

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HEJ DÅ

Grace Olsson said...

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