There’s no possible way any household vacuum cleaner could possibly suck up all the crap on our floors. It begs the question, “Why do we have so much little stuff and where did it come from?”
First of all, Spongebob seems to be everywhere in our house. This pile is only the upstairs sweep, as I didn’t even make it downstairs yet. Yes, I know, it’s a little weird to share my dirt pile, but it does make you think, right? It’s like trash I Spy or trash art. Where’s Waldo maybe? He’s about the only thing that’s not in here. This motivates me to get rid of more stuff.
Oh, and a quick tip: When you clean the house, it’s good to put away the vacuum cleaner instead of leaving it next to your bed. In the morning, it looks like someone standing over you. :0
My initial answer to that question would be no, but not anymore, after seeing what happened to my friend yesterday. I’m sure this question had never crossed her mind, nor did she ever think she would have to move in a matter of hours. I got the 911 text message early. Her house had flooded and she needed help moving things out.
I headed over, not having any idea what to expect other than some water on the floor. And just for the record, why do these things happen only at night while you’re sleeping? Just about every story I’ve heard like this is someone waking up to a disaster. Is this what Santa does on the off season to help employ the elf plumbers or do evil demons travel through the water pipes at night? I don’t know, but I find it interesting. Continue reading