I had so much fun doing that post about pegs last month, and enjoyed reading your replies. (Thank you for commenting!) It seems, like most things I do, I have been doing it wrong. Well, I managed to take all the pegs off the line and put them in their little basket, and had no pegs on the line for about 2 days. I was so proud of myself, Mum would have very been pleased. You'll be disappointed to know that that was as far as it got. As soon as I did another load of washing, out came the pegs and they stayed!!
So todays question is:
For those of us not lucky enough to have a dishwasher or a maid: When you wash up dishes, do you dry them as well or leave them to drip dry? I'm in favour of drip dry. I learnt this from my mum. I hate trying to dry dishes with a wet soggy tea towel, so things get left in the drainer until they air dry.
This of course poses a problem when there is not enough room in the drainer for all the washing up. I end up washing up half now, drip dry that load then wash up the other half!
I have heaps of these dilemma type issues and am thinking of doing a once a month Sunday Poll. Good idea or not? But tell me, are you a wiper-uper or a drip-dryer?