Posted on January 8, 2012. Filed under: Uncategorized |

Culprit #1!

Now that I am the slave to 2 fuzzy cats, I am appalled at the amount of fur, dander, and dust generated by these guys!  Of course it is all totally worth it, but it can get disgusting and doesn’t take much to spiral out of control.

I felt like I was approaching that downhill slide – just too much to do  and not enough time.  Arghhh – I hate that feeling because I love a clean house, and know how important it is.  But something had to suffer it seemed , so it was the house.  One thing I know for sure (yes Oprah this is the one thing I know for sure)  is that dirt is determined and relentless.  It wants nothing more than to  reproduce itself in all it’s varieties as quickly as possible! And once something gets a little dirty, it quickly escalates into a lot of dirt.

But today, I was the recipient of an unexpected sparkling from SPONGE & SPARKLE.  We had three cancellations this morning due to clients being sick,  so to give one of our teams a  not so bad day/paycheck, my house was put on the schedule.

Coming home a little while ago was…..delightful.  No visible cat fur, just  sparkling  clean everywhere.  It made me happy.

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