Thursday, April 10, 2008

It's all okay. Help has arrived.

After reading what a difference it made to Amanda when she got the cleaning and washing inspectors in, I was delighted to find a local specialist right here in town.

She's very thorough and really quite bright (though that might be because today, I embraced the pink... and orange... and red).
She really did her best to explain to Rose how the job should be done.
She's really got so much energy. Once her work was done, she packed her bag and yomped off. 
Hope she comes back next week. She was great.

9 comments:

SaraLynn said...

hahaha...adorable! She is so cute!

Amanda said...

I would say that she and Jackson should get together and go over technique but then they might discuss pay. I imagine Ellie is probably bringing home the big bucks, over there.
I love how she dresses. She is such a trendsetter.

Cajunchic said...

Too cute. Thanks for the advice. I will have to try that.

CC said...

Awesome! Send her my way please!!!! I'll read blogs. She can clean.

Amanda said...

Also, for the translator; what do you call a bathroom?

a. loo (I've just seen this one on a blog)
b. head
c. toilet

I think the answer is the head. Am I wrong? And if it is head, what exactly is that referring to?

echoeve said...

I think that I need some one to come in and clean. She looks like she does a wonderful job. I love her uniform very cheery.

echoeve said...

By the way I just meet someone today that was from Chester, and she said that she went to university in Lester?
Anyway, she is having quite the time of it trying to live in America. Very nice girl.

MamaGeek said...

She is ADORABLE. Does she take credit card? I'd like her for 2 horus please!

Sass E-mum said...

Amanda - It would be toilet. Bathroom would sound like a person is pretending they are just 'going to powder their nose'. Generally people are more direct. Plenty of people say 'loo'. Recaro mostly asks if he can use the facilities - but that's just him.

I thought head was a US military term for toilets. It's a boy thing.

The girl from Chester would go to university in Leicester. Pesky UK spelling. At least she doesn't come from Worcestershire - that would have really confounded you. There are some American place names I don't know how to pronounce. I'll be asking you soon.