Wednesday, December 14, 2011
Thankfully I hit the button to stop it before opening the door, b/c when I did - I found that the center piece of the washer was in about a half a dozen pieces!! ?? How did this happen? So I called David at work and he asked me to take a photo and email it to him so he could see how bad.... the camera took one photo and then the battery died. figures. :/
After we picked up Nora from school, I came home and loaded up this wet load and my other 2 loads of laundry and took all of it and the kids to the laundry mat with me. We left at 4:50 and was there until about 6:30pm.
Wanna know the crazy part.... when I was taking out all of the wet load to load up to take with me, I removed all the machine pieces, then clothes................ then I pulled out a AA Battery.... then a wooden wall CLOCK! Yes, a clock - the kind you hang on a wall!! About as big as a dinner plate!
NO WONDER, it tore everything loose when it went into the spin cycle!! Now who do you suppose did that??? At the supper table I asked if anyone had dropped a clock into the washing machine, and got three "NOT ME" replies. :/ Thankfully I think David can fix it pretty easily! I hope!