I have pets. I'm used to tufts of hair laying around, and I'm used to seeing hair in places those pets have never been. It seems to be a scatter effect, rather like Pigpen from the old Peanuts comics. I have outdoor animals, and I freely recognize that the act of grooming the horses is actually the art of transferring their hair and dirt to me. I even dropped my cell phone in the chickens' dust bath today. Diatomaceous Earth is beneficial, right? Somebody call me so I can make sure it still works.
So here I am, trying to get motivated to clean. It's hard, since I just got another book that I've been dying to read. Plus, with 2 dogs, 3 cats, and 2 kids, you know that whatever you clean will be messy again in about 2.5 seconds. I've even given up on dusting for the most part, since I know that as soon as I do, a car will drive by and everything I own will once again be coated in a layer of dust. VERY demotivational.
But then I found this video. Ladies, click on this link for a good laugh. Kids, please don't click on this link because it's for adults and I don't want your parents suing me. People who are offended by dirty jokes, that goes for you too. You've been warned.
Suddenly I'm getting all motivated again!
I think I'm looking forward to cleaning tomorrow! I sure hope Scott doesn't mind me being in a romance with cleaning products. Oh, and FYI, you REALLY shouldn't beat carpets when you're wearing a black shirt and standing downwind. Keep it in mind.
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