Me at 9 years old: Mom, I love helping you clean other people’s houses.
Me at 12 years old: Mom, I’ll clean my own room.
Me at 25 years old: Man, I love cleaning my house; it is so rewarding.
Me at 38 years old: Wow, cleaning my house is not as fun as I once remember, and this belly is in the way, pfft.
Me at 39 years old: Holy moly! An infant, a new house, a dog, 2 cats and a full time job (and surprise, surprise, another baby on the way) – who has time to keep up with house work?! I need help!
These days, I find there few things in life that are worth the money you pay for, but Maid Spotless Cleaning Service is on the top of my list! We built a new house and had a mobile child crawling around on the floors finding every crumb or dust ball that may have gotten missed during my attempt at “speed cleaning” during nap time. I needed help so I called around and got a few quotes. I was a little shocked by the quotes I received and was undecided if I should follow through. It was just then that I heard Jenn was looking to take on another client. It was a sign. I called her and the rest is history.
My favorite thing to do every 4th Monday is to walk into my house and feel the weight lifted off my shoulders because I know the house is clean. Like, really, really clean. At 7 months pregnant I also decided I needed to organize the basement. Nesting? Likely. Could I actually do it? No…but I knew who could. I am happy to report if I need to find our Christmas decorations, old photos, or the Rubbermaid hamburger press, I know exactly where it is now. I was there when Jenn tackled my basement and she helped me to identify things I needed to keep and things I should just toss. We even started a pile for our next garage sale.
Would I recommend Maid Spotless Cleaning Service? Absolutely.
But only on the days they are not already scheduled to come to my house 😉
~Pam G. Clifton Park