So Chinese New Year is over, well for most people who will be going back to work today. Plus point for me working from home, which means things pretty much remain the same. In fact a little slower than usual since most of my clients are still on leave.
The last four days went by pretty quickly although the last two saw my darling down with a cold, and a slight eye infection. We didn't do much aside from visiting but I did manage to do a little spring cleaning. We also got around to cleaning our balcony, which was filled with debris and junk from other residents throwing things out of the higher-floors of our condo building.
Cleaning my home can be quite tiring and with three naughty cats around, the place is usually messy! Thank goodness I don't have to worry about gardening since condo-living means there's no garden for me to beautify. Sometimes I think it's a blessing in disguise that I don't have the additional burden of gardening to worry about. Firstly, I am so not a green-thumb person. Secondly, I wouldn't have the faintest idea on what to do with my garden and would probably require help from professional garden landscapers. And lastly, I am just plain lazy when it comes to gardening. The only thing I've ever planted in my life was a watermelon plant, which died immediately after bearing its one and only fruit!
So enough said about gardening and let's talk about the awesome wet/dry vacuum instead! Wet dry vacuums can pretty much suck up anything quickly, quietly and completely. This includes cat litter, garden mulch, sawdust, dishwasher leaks, laundry room puddles, microscopic drywall dust, as well as spilt milk and other household mishaps. Some even have the ability to act as blowers and steam clean carpets!
I was just talking to B the other day about needing a new vacuum cleaner. The last one we bought still works fine but a dry/wet vac sounds even more awesome! Even Phoebe seems to agree!
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