A few posts ago, we shared our trials and tribulations with our cleaning lady, M, who not only cleans, but NUN CLEANS.

In case you don’t feel like reading that post (again), let me sum up the story so far.

Vist One – the interview
M nags C about the state of his office and bedroom.

Visit Two – first impressions
M cleans everything. EVERYTHING!!! She even rearranges our fridge.

Visit Three – you’re fired
M hits us up for more money. (C fears we are being fired by OUR maid.)
C negotiates the deal (he caves, but not before setting some conditions– no more nagging. That’ll show her…)

Visit Four – M’s powers revealed
M cleans our laundry room. Unfortunately, her NUN CLEANING powers are no match for our rental appliances. She rips our dryer out of its wall socket. It can not be repaired by mere mortals. A new, sturdier socket/pipe is installed.

Let’s review.
We have a maid that NUN CLEANS. (stay out of our fridge and cupboards, M)
We have a maid that nags us about our mess (stop nagging, M)
We have a maid who stands 4′ tall and can rip appliance out of the wall (M, if you could, please, if it wouldn’t be too much of a problem, please, don’t rip our appliances from the wall anymore. Thanks.)

Right. Done. All finished. Everything is OK. No more problems.
I mean, really, what else can she do?
(Don’t ever, ever, ever say that.)
Today, she did the worst thing imaginable.

No, worse than whatever you are thinking.

She showed up 2 hours early.

ARRGGGHHHHH!!!!!
OH CRAP OUR SUPER POWERED MAID IS HERE AND THE HOUSE IS A MESS.
WHAT THE HELL AM I GOING TO DO?

M, no more coming early without warning us, ok?
Please?
Pretty please?

Don’t fire us…

Addendum:
The other day, C brought in a bunch of wood for our fireplace. Today, M, unstacked the wood, cleaned around it and then restacked it neatly against the wall. She cleaned our wood.

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