Why we hate laundry day

A young woman in shorts and sandals kicked two large, blue plastic bags filled with clothes as she walked downhill this morning from Fairbanks Place to Echo Park Avenue. After the bags tumbled to the corner at the bottom, and across the street from a minimall laundry, the woman dragged herself up the short but steep block where three other blue bags of laundry awaited kicking and cleaning.

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