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7:56am
7:56am, 18 Aug 2017
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Fierce and Fearless Fleecy
2nd latte, pissing with rain here. The mist is rising off the river and the ducks look content :-)
8:23am
8:23am, 18 Aug 2017
11008 posts
Autumnleaves
Nice morning here, waiting for my train. Very poor night's sleep :-(
8:50am
8:50am, 18 Aug 2017
15936 posts
Wriggling Snake
We have a cleaner.

Me.
9:16am
9:16am, 18 Aug 2017
6210 posts
PaulaMc
No cleaner at my house either. We just do housework in fits and starts. Last night I cleaned a cupboard door on my way up to bed, just because i noticed how grubby it was looking.
9:24am
9:24am, 18 Aug 2017
3456 posts
Mazlin
That was very kind of MrLD. What a lovely gift.

I reckon 1 in 3 of the people I know does have a cleaner, but I know a lot of people who work very full time and have young kids. We had one when I was little and both my parents were working, then she got replaced by me and I did it in exchange for riding lessons. From memory, I don't think I did a very good job.
9:24am
9:24am, 18 Aug 2017
11009 posts
Autumnleaves
We had a cleaner (a succession in fact) when we both worked full-time - it's a big house and it was the only way to stay sane. It was one of the things we stopped when Mr AL switched to part-time work. He now does the cleaning but it's hard to stay on top of it all.
9:44am
9:44am, 18 Aug 2017
9284 posts
Rosehip
I never had a cleaner - even when working full time+ with 3 small kids. My house was much cleaner and tidier then than it is now too.
I blame the dog, but have a feeling that running and Fetching also play a part in the dust levels and piles of stuff not put away!

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