Laundry stations in Lake Cocibolca, Merida.
I am ready to go there, sit and stare—for an hour, a day, ...
maybe wash some clothes while you're there?
Naw, that's women's work. :-)
You dirty the clothes, you wash them ;)
Actually, my (all too machista) Nica ex did the wash, at least at first, because I didn't know how to - he had to teach me. Same for my assistant's Nicaraguan ex - he even insisted on doing all her laundry for her. So, it's not just women's work anymore (thank God - that's hard work!).
Life is what happens while we're busy making other plans
Come on FYL , i know your aren't machista.
But in the case, i think when we become olds , event we don't have the real guts to be machistas, so if our Young spouses say : to wash!! what you can do it ??
"...a month after I was born, in a small town, more like a village...of Nueva Segovia that used to be called Chocoyos and today is Metapa."
"...un mes después nacia yo en un pueblecito, o más bien una aldea... de Nueva Segovia, llamado antaño Chocoyos, y hoy Metapa."
— Rubén Darío