All Part Of The Service

denim_laundry.jpg My building has a small laundry facility in the basement. It’s a bit more expensive than the local laundromat and only has two washers and a single dryer so I often just go to the laundry anyway since it is only a block away. I happened to be home in the middle of the day today and in my cleaning I decided to throw a load of laundry in and opted to do it here so that I could keep working upstairs. Now, in the course of the three years that I’ve lived here I’ve done this a handful of times, and I often come back down to find that the super (whose apartment is also in the basement) has added extra time to the dryer, or has switched a load from the washer to the dryer for me. I’ve always been appreciative, and I’ve tried to show that to her when I could. Today I got a bit distracted and forgot that I had laundry going. By the time I remembered the dryer had probably been stopped for 45 minutes or more. When I went downstairs I found that my laundry had all been folded, neatly stacked, and placed in the laundry bag that left on top of the dryer. She had folded my laundry. My super… touched my drawers. While I am appreciative… I just don’t know how I should feel about this.

1 Comment so far

  1. Fhdogs (unregistered) on September 10th, 2007 @ 10:58 pm

    What’s your address? I could really use a super like that. I’d even leave a tip each time.



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