Carl has continued to put dirty clothes, inside out, on hangers in the closet. My belief is its a convergence of a couple of things. First, he takes his clothes off and they are inside out, then he drops them. Sometimes they land in a dirty clothes basket, most times they land on the floor.
Next, his mother, Ms. V, reminds him he needs to pick up his room before i come over. Her constant refrain is to get things off the floor because they are a trip hazard.
Carl then goes in to pick up, and he picks up a clothing item from the floor, wondering if it's clean or dirty. (His clean clothes often end up on the floor, too.) Not seeing any food or stains or dirt, because it's inside out and all of that is now hidden, he decides the item is clean and hangs it up.
No, it does not occur to him that the clothes are inside out, he has been known to wear clothes that way without realizing it, why would he notice?
Nor did he notice this:
|Vanilla frosting in the toothpaste box.|
Sorry, the decorative tube of cake frosting does not belong with the toothpaste tubes.
Carl doesn't quite understand dryers, either. Yesterday i arrived and noted there were clothes in the dryer and they were still damp. The washer and dryer there, when turned on, automatically show what cycle was used last, and when i turned the dryer on, it was set to Quick Dry.
Quick Dry is a high temp for 30 minutes used to get cloth that is only slightly damp dried out fast.
Carl thinks that it will dry anything fully in only 30 minutes, including a whole load of jeans and shirts. After all, it says Quick Dry and when it comes up it says 30 minutes, shouldn't it do just as it says?
Speaking of quick, fast, and speedy:
Have a blessed and beautiful Tuesday, everyone!
Constitution day -- Ukraine
Festival of Terrible Poetry -- according to The Daily Bleed, and since there is some hilarious, if terrible, poetry out there, go find some, and bust a gut
Insurance Awareness Day -- now who do you think invented that!?!
International Body Piercing Day -- on the birthday of James Mark "Jim" Ward, "the granddaddy of the modern body piercing movement"
International CAPS LOCK DAY -- a parody holiday created by Derek Arnold, a user on Metafilter, in 2000
Kirkpinar Oil Wrestling Festival -- Kirkpinar, Edirne, Turkey (since 1362, the oldest wrestling festival in the world as well as the oldest continually running, sanctioned sporting event in the world, in which men clad in leather britches and covered in olive oil wrestle; through Sunday)
Mnarja / L-Imnarja Festival begins -- Buskett Gardens, Malta (folk festival for Sts. Peter and Paul, begins this evening and continues through the 29th)
National Ceviche Day
National Columnists' Day -- US (on the fourth Tuesday of June each year, set aside some time to thank your favorite newspaper columnists, whether local or syndicated)
National Tapioca Day
Paul Bunyan Day -- the tall tale hero of the lumberjacks; celebrated at different times in some parts of the country, but most sites cite this date
Ra goes forth to propitiate the Nun -- Ancient Egyptian Calendar (date approximate)
Stonewall Rebellion Day -- now seen as the start of the gay liberation movement in 1969
St. Irenaeus' Day (Patron of Mobile, Alabama)
St. Paul's Feast -- Kato Paphos, Cyprus (religious festivities with the archbishop officiating and a procession of the icon of St. Paul through the streets, through tomorrow)
St. Peter's Eve -- English Christian tradition, night of bonfires and continuation of midsummer celebrations
Thanksgiving for Useful Fairies -- Fairy Calendar
Vidovdan (Festival for St. Vitus) -- Eastern Orthodox Christian, based on the traditional Julian Calendar date
a recognized holiday in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Harry S. Truman marries Bess Wallace, 1919
Kellie Pickler, 1986
Steve Burton, 1970
Danielle Brisebois, 1969
John Cusack, 1966
Mary Stuart Masterson, 1966
Mark Grace, 1964
John Elway, 1960
Thomas Hampson, 1955
Alice Krige, 1954
Kathy Bates, 1948
Gilda Radner, 1946
Bruce Davison, 1946
Turkan Soray, 1945
Pat Morita, 1932
Mel Brooks, 1926
Maria Goeppert Mayer, 1906
Richard Rodgers, 1902
Clara Louise Maass, 1876
Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 1712
John Wesley, 1703
Peter Paul Rubens, 1577
Henry VIII, King of England, 1491
The Nutty Professor(Film), 1996
"Amos 'n' Andy"(TV), 1951
"Quiz Kids"(Radio), 1940
Today in History:
Fighters of the First Crusade defeat Kerbogha of Mosul, 1098
Ottomans defeat Serbian army in the bloody Battle of Kosovo, opening the way for the Ottoman conquest of Southeastern Europe, 1389
Guadeloupe becomes a French colony, 1635
The coronation of Victoria of the United Kingdom, 1838
The Théâtre de l'Académie Royale de Musique in Paris premieres the ballet Giselle, 1841
The first conformation dog show is held in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England, 1859
Franz Ferdinand, Archduke of Austria and his wife Sophie are assassinated in Sarajevo by young Serbian nationalist Gavrilo Princip, the casus belli of World War I, 1914
The Treaty of Versailles is signed in Paris, formally ending World War I, 1919
The Irish Civil War begins with the shelling of the Four Courts in Dublin by Free State forces, 1922
Israel annexes East Jerusalem, 1967
COMECON, as part of the last vestige of the Soviet Bloc, is formally disbanded, followed by the Warsaw pact 3 days later, 1991
Slobodan Milosevic is deported to ICTY to stand trial, 2001
The Republic of Montenegro is admitted as the 192nd Member of the United Nations, 2006
The U.N. reports 10 million people are effected by the worst drought in 60 years, 2011
Christine Lagarde becomes the first woman to head the International Monetary Fund, 2011
A power company uncovers a Neolithic wooden trackway 2,300 years old in Suffolk, England; it will become one of the largest archaeological digs in Europe at 16,000 square meters, 2018
For the first time since the position was created in 1343, Amsterdam elects a woman mayor, Femke Halsema, 2018
Due to lack of rainfall dropping the water level in the Mosul Dam reservoir, a 3,400 year old Bronze Age palace from the Mittani Empire is uncovered on the banks of the Tigris River, 2019
AirCar, a prototype flying car capable of flying 1,000km (600 miles), at heights of up to 8,200ft (2,500m), completes a 35 min test flight between Nitra and Bratislava airports in Slovakia, 2021