I never thought I’d say this, but I’m in love…with my vacuum.
Our apartment has mostly hard floors. The humans who live in it have dark hair. The puppy has blonde tail hairs that are so long, that if I ever saw an actual blonde woman’s hair on David’s coat, I wouldn’t blink. The hair on Stella’s knees must be made of velcro because it picks up all kinds of mulch, grass clippings, and dead leaves. These particles magically release themselves from Stella’s fur the second she crosses our threshold.
I hate walking around barefoot and feeling crumbs. I hate the tumbleweeds that collect along baseboards.
And that’s why I love my vacuum. It is light and cordless and mounts on the wall, so it is easy to use on a whim. It is quieter than a typical vacuum, and I think, more powerful. It has all kinds of attachments that allow me to clean the floors, clean the car, clean the upholstry, the bed, and the corners. And it maneuvers through small spaces with ease!
Although this Dyson is more expensive than most vacuums, I use it daily and feel cleaner than ever before. Its dirt-catching canister empties shocking amounts of crud straight into the trash can. Its filter is easily washed and its rollers are removable so tangled hairs and threads can be cut out. When I love things, I treat them well.
Prompted by my daily ravings, my mom bought this vacuum. She feels the love too.
Am I nuts, or do you also have love relationships with household appliances?
Enjoy your vacuum
I don’t like any appliances because I hate to clean
Nuts! You’re right .
If you’re nuts, then I am too! I love mine! Being able to easily grab the vacuum off of the wall and use it in any room without having to worry about a cord is great! Simple and easy…especially for a home with pets. Worth every penny!
I’d like to try it on Stella hairs so please bring her for a visit.
PS. I also love my fridge. 😉
Thank you for the recommendation. We’ve been making-do with an old hand me down vacuum but I’m ready to upgrade.
I have a couple of hand-me-down vacuums filling my closets too. For a small space, this one is much more convenient. For a larger space, a more traditional vacuum might be better because of the battery life (a non-issue for me) and smallish dirt compartment (another non-issue over here).