OK maybe there is not a laundry flinging event in the Olympics but if there was my son would take home the gold!
I am not complaining, I appreciate not having to go outside when the temp is 101. The first time I saw the line after he hung laundry out I asked him if he knew it was to be put neatly on the line and that those wooden things in the basket were the pins that held the laundry on he line. His reply: "yeah I know, but when you fold it over like this you don't get pin marks. " "Anyways it dries either way." Wow, he was right. Regardless of how he gets it on the line it does get dry and we do not have to turn on the dryer.
Since that day I have not questioned his laundry flinging. I simply smile when he come in. One day he saw me looking outside at the laundry and he smiled and said "don't worry I'm a pro".
1. There is more than one way to do things
2. Not to expect everyone to do things my way
3. Everything does not have to be perfect
4. To be thankful for help
5. My son has a sense of humor
Funny how sometimes we can learn the greatest lessons from the smallest things.