So cleanliness is supposed to be good for you, but right now all I have is a ton of sneezing from cleaning products and a really sore back from being hunched over the floors, scrubbing. My grandmother used to say that she was allergic to cleaning products, and she was serious. I mean she still cleaned, but she had to wear a face mask and get all suited up before she could use bleach. I thought she was nuts. Now that I"m actually CLEANING at close to 30 years old, I think she was serious. And I also think it's genetic. I can't stop sneezing.
I also think that my house might never be this clean again. But I do know that even getting close to having kids is making me more responsible, so that has to count for something right?
We are not only scrubbing the house like we've literally never done before, but we are also taking on the task of finally scrubbing the paint off the concrete floors and beginning the staining process. Nothing like a little home visit paranoia to make you take on more tasks than you planned.
"What if she denies us because our floors aren't clean enough"
"What if she thinks we are crazy for having all this Twilight stuff"
"What if she thinks our dogs bark too much"
"What if I just start twitching due to lack of sleep from cleaning all night and then drinking pots of coffee to stay awake during the interview"
Eh. We will be fine.