Today I would like to feature one of the best housekeeper in the entire planet, Miss Juanetta. Always cleaning and asking folks what they think would be the best way to make any place she visits not only clean and tidy but beautiful as well. Your comments and suggestions are very important, so please, don’t be shy.
All yours Miss Juanetta!
Hello my lovelies, Miss Juanetta, the housekeeper, here for some chit-chat about the backyard. I know, just because it’s the back of the house doesn’t mean you should let it go to the weeds and critters. Have some pride in your backyard!
As you know, my main specialty is housekeeping on the inside, but honey, if I happen to see this on some backyard deck:
a dirty cast iron frying pan filled with brown thingies, then you know Miss Juanetta has got to open her mouth and say somethin’. That’s right. Now, my lovelies, what should we do? I believe that black pan is the dog dish.
Can you believe it? Never mind. I promise myself not to say a word to sway your decisions on any answers.
So what do you think?
Should these people throw out the frying pan/dog food dish for something more doglike, perhaps in the way of this . . .
Or continue to use the dirty, one-of-a-kind cast iron dog dish?
(Listen, don’t any of you go talking to your neighbors about my chit-chat I’m having with you. These people I’m cleaning for today are super, ultra-sensitive about image and they will fire me if they knew I was snooping around their backyard and taking random photos to post here.)
Then next thing on the list is this pile of something on the deck railing. Mystery piles.
Yep, if you guessed chicken poop, you are so right! I know, seriously, chicken poop on your back yard porch! I know I will have to bring this nasty mess up to the boss. It’s all this fella’s fault!
I don’t think we need to consult on this issue do we my lovelies? The rooster needs to be housed at night in a chicken coop. End of story. I will let the boss know right away.
The good news is, the last time I
snooped checked this backyard, the owners had this messed up, awful dog house.
Awful, awful, awful!
After I pointed out what an eye sore the leaky dog house was, the dog was able to get this last week.
Thankfully, the day after it arrived, it rained something fierce and the dog, or maybe it was the cat, stayed warm and dry.
Well, let me know what you think we should do about the dog dish and until the next dirt hits my eye, keep up the cleaning, my lovelies, and help planet earth stay beeeuutiful!
maid servant environmental specialist,
Juanetta the lovely!
Inspiration from MindSlam’s Write Wednesdays: Week 2