Dear Laundry Jerk,
While I realize as a new mom I did not get down to get my laundry out of the dryers as soon as you would have liked. I am sorry to have delayed you. However, this does not give you an excuse to remove my clothes and place them on top of some muddy boots someone else left on the counter. Now I have to find another hour and a half and $6 to do those loads again. I would like to assume that this was merely an oversight on your part and not a passive-aggressive act of spite.
Now as a hormonal woman I am sorely tempted to leave a nasty note or knock on every door until I track you down and demand you pay to redo my laundry but ultimately my new-mom-exhaustion is keeping me from that. Consider this your lucky day.