GUYS GUYS GUYS
So my Nana got a house cleaner to come out and clean our house for my Mom’s birthday. We had to leave all day, but I got to buy new clothes, so it was all good.
We came home and it smelled nice.
And all the things were clean.
You know that track on a sliding glass door that gets dusty and grimy and flies go there to die? Yeah, that one?
They. Cleaned. It.
They cleaned everything! It’s so nice!
The bathtub is shiny!
Of course, it took us like two seconds to start making the house dirty again after we got home.
My Dad–not any kid, but my Dad–dropped a tupperware and got salad dressing and sesame seeds on the floor.
My Older Brother says he just picked up the salad dressing and the lid flew off; needless to say, Ranch Dressing spurted onto the floor and front of the fridge.
I guess that’s the way of the world, though, isn’t it?
Nice things can only last so long before they become, well, less nice.
On the flip side, though, bad situations can become good in the space of a second.
The world’s complicated, yet simple, like that.
But, the house is clean!