CONTRIBUTED BY MEREDITH NOVARIO
I recently asked you about who cleaned your house and you gave me tips and I took action and now I’m back to report. Grab a seat.
Last Friday at noon, Nae-san was on our doorstep with all her own cleaning products and tools and magic wands. I pretty much fell in love despite what turned out to be the first hours of a virus that knocked our house down for five days. I hope she didn’t catch it because I desperately want her to come back and charm us again.
It went like this.
I frantically pointed here and there to what I wanted her to focus on. It’s most hard to prioritize the dirt. Rest assured, I had made lists to prepare for this meeting. The refrigerator in and out. The outside of the cabinets. Underneath and inside the microwave. The spices wiped down. The appliances scrubbed. The bathroom rid of mold. Underneath the washing machine cleaned. Basically a list of the things I spend every waking minute avoiding doing or even making eye contact with. She nodded, smiled and politely went to town. And five days later we are still finding precious clean pockets of joy.
“Look, Joe! The kitchen drain is sludge-free!”
“Mere! The top of the refrigerator has been dusted!”
And then Joe made some snarky remark about marrying the wrong woman. And I didn’t care because the tub, did you see the tub? I can see my own reflection!
Four hours later, she left apologizing for not mopping which I hadn’t even asked her to do. The love multiplied.
Down to business, I paid her 65 dollars via Paypal but you can also pay in cash, I believe. The details that you’ll need about exactly what services, exactly how much, exactly how to contact and such are at their WEBSITE.
Narumi May is the kind woman at the helm of this solid operation. And another operation. She also manages a Japanese language & translation program.
All in all, a superb thing went down here in my house. Now you know.