Wednesday, May 25, 2011

So much to do, so little time...

I really really have a need to go into the snake room and do a MASSIVE clean.

Like sparkling clean, no dust anywhere, no snake scales anywhere, just somewhere you could, if you wanted to, eat off of.

Problem is, I don't have the time as of yet.

Maybe, if I get a day off and motivation to do so, I will get it done.

But, as we all well know, the more animals in one room, the more easily it goes towards dirty.

Of course, I have been asked "Why don't you hire someone to help you?"

Well, there are a few problems with that...

1) I have no ready funds to really support someone assisting me (and as I am somewhat of a cheapskate, I don't really want to have to...)

2) Who would I hire? It's a rough world out there, and I know there are plenty of good people out there, but it seems like there are more bad apples than good ones. Trust is an issue, my friends.

3) WHEN would I have them come over? I wouldn't want them working alone... And thus it would make it hard on me again to have someone help, that would need to fit into my schedule.

So, the moral of the story is....

Heather is just going to whine.

And get to cleaning slowly. As this weekend upcoming is a long weekend for most people, I hope to take it as a sign and actually get in there and vacuum and dust the hell out of that place. It's not the tubs themselves that are filthy... It's the racks. DUST EVERYWHERE. I can clean the tubs often enough, but to actually focus on the rack systems? That is something I don't do.

So I will.

BTW: Vision Rack Systems are hell to clean out for dust and particles.

Those will be the first ones I tackle.

So please send me nice cleaning happy thoughts this weekend as I partake in the cleaning rituals.

I'm going to need them.

Have a great day, my friends.

1 comment:

Bryan said...

If I lived a bit closer I'd volunteer a bit of my time to help. Things can get a bit boring when you have 3 months of nothing to do. Also something I've learned from deep cleanings, and having misbehaving cats, is that canned air can be a miracle worker. The same kind of stuff you use for electronics, it can really get into the difficult spots for stuff like dust.