Thursday, January 16, 2014

More Helpful Hints from Care

Apparently, my pumice stone tip was a big hit, lots of happy people out there with pristine, white toilet bowls. So glad I could be of help. I've got two more you're going to eat with a spoon, and they are as follows:

1) To get that filmy, stainy, not-clean look to go away from your flower vases? Drop a denture cleaner tablet in some warm water and let them soak, run them through the dishwasher, and, voila!

2) This one is for all you poor sleepers, I learned it from my BFF, Theresa Caputo, aka The Long Island Medium (more on her later). Do you have a bunch of crap under your bed? Are you like me? Do you have a compulsive child that cannot STAND anything being on his parents' night stands, and hence, there is everything but the kitchen sink under there? What I pulled out from under our bed includes, but is not limited to:

1 small saw
1 large hammer
1 roll of electrical tape
1 electric tester thingy
1 cardboard box
1 fluorescent light bulb
6 water bottles, each partially "used"
1 set of hand weights
innumerable dust bunnies

I'm sure you're wondering why on earth there ever was a SAW on the bedside table, but I can assure you, it was all on the up and up.

So. I pulled all that junk out of there, vacuumed the living daylights out of the carpet below, washed the dust ruffle (once a year, whether it needs it or not, despite the fact that Flicka Link (x3) lies up against it and it is NASTY), then smudged under the bed. And I did not put any of the afore mentioned crap back under there, not even the saw!

And guess what, for the first time in years, STM says he slept through the night!

So, get yourself over to Target for some denture cleaner (the Target brand works great, no need to splurge for name brands), and then hop over to the nearest New Age bookstore and get yourself some sage, and whatever else your guides nudge you towards.

As for Theresa Caputo, say what you want about her, but I love her and everything about her, including her hair, nails, and crystal-studded stilettos. If you want to read an EXCELLENT, and I'm not exaggerating, a completely wonderful book that spells out Spirit A-Z, I highly recommend her new book, There's More to Life Than This.


If, however, your name is also Theresa, and I am coming to visit you in 14 days, do not buy this book. That's all I'm saying.

Happy cleaning, everyone!

4 comments:

kario said...

Love it! I had a sage smudge, but Lola stole it to keep in her bedroom. She never has trouble sleeping through the night anymore (despite the fact that there is another entire bedroom's full of crap under her bed). I have yet to try the pumice stone, but that's mostly because I get it out and decide it would be better used on my calloused feet and get distracted.

terry said...

OMG--I can't wait until your imminent arrival....I'll put you immediately to work on the purging--then we'll read!

fullsoulahead.com said...

Love this post and everything about it. Have fun in Philly!

Elizabeth said...

I always click my heels and obey your orders and will do so pronto.