It's already been washed many, many times, so I don't think Dawn would save it now. I didn't notice the spot until after it had been laundered once or twice, so I'm sure no one else sees it, but the shirt is getting a little fuzzy.
I'm also at this awkward stage of not fitting into anything. Smalls fit well, but usually shrink too much or aren't wide enough in the shoulders. Mediums seem absurdly larger, and are so baggy in the torso that I don't think I could take it in well enough myself. Then again, maybe the problem is shopping at Old Navy & Gap, which have largely switched to the super-thin and not-long-lasting cotton tee structure that places like Forever21 favor. They are terribly comfortable, but the shirts get tangled up in the wash & don't last. I like my shirts to have mileage in years, not months. I think I'm going to start switching up my wardrobe with good quality purchases from places like Land's End or LL Bean. Just basics, for now, like some neutral tees or shirts for layering, a cardigan or two, some pants. Eventually, I'll get some dress clothes. For every new thing that is bought, however, something must be discarded. I already eliminated a t-shirt that's been festering in the drawer for ages (it was a reconstruction that I never completed and was never satisfied with).
Now I feel like sewing! If I could figure out how to finish collars, I would definitely make my own shirts.