For Christmas, I asked for and received these lovely new towels. (You: “oooh. aaah.”)
Except for the green stripe, they represent a complete change of color scheme for my bathroom. That’s why I liked them – new bathroom without having to paint! (You: “Julie, you’re BRILLIANT.”)
Enter the crisis. If I fold the towels The Right Way (tri-fold, then fold in half), the green stripe cannot be seen:
I know it would be better to take photos in the bathroom, but then I would either have to clean it before posting this entry, or show you how it really looks, and neither of those is a viable option.
I could solve this by folding the towels in half twice, but the reason this has never been the Right Way is because the visible hems are not symmetrical:
(You: “I cannot believe how long you, and now I, have thought about this ridiculousness.”)
We’re almost there. Bear with me. So I have been hanging the towels simply folded in half over the towel rack, like so:
Please help me. Which is the worse sin against the Right Way: improperly folded towels, or an improperly incorporated bathroom color map?