You’ve heard the saying “Have Gun, Will Travel.” One West Virgina mother who’s put her washer and dryer to work, should advertise with the slogan “Have Washer, Will Travel.” The Charlestown Gazette has more
Most mothers of two active grade-schoolers dread laundry day. Allison Plants revels in it.
It’s the bubbly brunette’s ticket to being a stay-at-home mom, with her home-based business, The Laundry Princess.
It started by chance.
“My neighbor’s fiancé joked that he wanted someone to do his laundry,” said Plants, 33. “I did his laundry, and he was happy. So I researched the idea, and here I am. I’ve always wanted to be able to stay home with my boys, and I can do laundry anytime, day or night.”