I gotta admit, our ceilings wig me out a little.
(Psst. Come closer. I’m about to talk about what things look like inside our house which, I might add, is not how things look outside our house. BrightSide works hard to keep the yard, etc, looking good and now here I go, throwing wide the front doors.)
I mean, I love that they’re high. BrightSide says they’re a little too high, utilities-wise, but I do love a room that doesn’t feel like it’s smashing you into the floor. That wonderful height makes them, well, challenging to clean…and, if I’m honest, it’s not like cleaning my ceilings was already high on my list of things to do. Add the fact that I have to screw an extension on the scrubby bristle brush thingie and now we’re talking a chore that’s ranked below Tupperware organization.
You can imagine how low that one is.
So since we live out here in the nature and such, critters like our house. Critters like spiders, among other things we shall not think about, which means I do have to keep an eye out for errant webs or those weird single strands that connect a cupboard to the ceiling – I mean, what’s that all about, a transit system from the kitchen to the family room? At any rate, for some reason (probably that whole survival of the species thing) the spiders like to leave webs high, which is weird because at least 75% of the time we kill them as they scramble across the floor. Sorry, nature lovers, but inside the house is my domain.
Wow, I’m rambly this evening.
It’s always fun to see exactly how long I can stand it before hauling out that equipment to brush off ceiling corners and such, and then it’s also super fun to see how many cobwebs (those aren’t the same as spider webs, right?) have snuck into my nooks and crannies. Well, not MY nooks and crannies, because I would surely notice if that was going on…
Linda’s SoCS prompt this week is “sealing/ceiling.” I had it written. I thought I had it scheduled. Looks like last week’s Saturday lands on Monday.