Tony Grist (poliphilo) wrote,
Tony Grist
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Hankies

Ailz has taken to using linen handkerchiefs; she says it's kinder to the planet. That may well be the case but I'm sticking to paper tissues. One use and into the bin. Far more hygienic.

She brought a load of hankies back with her from her godmother's. I put them through the wash this morning. There were so many! I've been hanging them out on the line- nasty damp little squares- most of which needed to be unfolded. It's made my fingers so cold....
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