18 June, 2009

Heavy Clothes





In the winter you should dress warmly, wear your heavy clothes. Just be sure that you don't hang them all together in the same section of your closet. This is a public service announcement, brought to you free of charge.

Life is Good!

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19 comments:

Barb said...

Yikes that looks like hardwork waiting to be pulled apart! Good luck with that job...I think I will go check my closet ;>), thanks for the alert! Have a great day!

Karen Newman Fridy said...

Yuk! No fun!!

(Ironically, that's what my closet looked like right before we took off to the hospital to have #2 son...DH had braced himself on one of the vertical supports to jump up and retreive a sweater from the top shelf and the whole closet system collapsed!)

Nancy said...

Happened to me this winter, too!

*karendianne. said...

So Karen, having just finished contemplating comments, their power for good and the not so good, thought she had a topic in mind.

First though, a visit to TSP was in order. And what happens? All her contemplative thoughts are out the window as she begins to guffaw with reckless abandon.

~~~

I'm sorry man, I couldn't help it.

Love at Your Expense, *karendianne.

Domestic Designer said...

So sorry! The same thing happened to me. Not a good feeling.

Tam said...

OH NO!
Thanks for the warning.
Have a better day.

paula, the quilter said...

O dear.

Nane said...

Another trip to Lowes, you all probably have your own parking space there by now!!

blushing rose said...

WOW-ZA! This is a familiar site! TTFN ~Marydon

Ancestor Collector said...

Yup, that's happened to me too with the exact same closet system. Good luck!

Marianne Penner Design said...

Thanks for the warning. I'm going to go move some clothes!

Teresa said...

OH my...what a mess. I have a bunch of heavy clothes, but they relate more to my size than their weight, LOL!

Patchwork Penguin said...

Right there with ya sista!!!! that is why I avoid it as much as possible LOL

lov said...

why do i have a feeling the words
"i told you so" were said in your home today....

and i can just see mr. g's eyes rolling as you ran to get your camera!

:)

if you would like, little kyle can come over to help mr. g fix this! :)
(however i'm not sure the quality of his work is up to par with the real kyle....i asked little kyle to do the laundry, run the dish washer, take out the trash, and clean the little box while i was gone....and he didn't do anything while i was gone...he must be lazy!)

meggie said...

OMG, heavy overload??
I have diminishing garments, so I might be ok...
By that I DO NOT mean I am losing weight, I just mean I have less clothes. haha.

Quilt Memories said...

The Solution...........TA DA.....
Use steel rods....Thats what we do!
Not pretty but very practical

Trudi said...

Oooops!

Nan said...

Oh dear! What a noise that must have made crashing down. Thanks for the public service announcement - I will take it under advisement.

Kelly O. said...

hilarious!