I am convinced more now than ever that I may have something hiding in my house that could kill me. Let me backtrack, I clean my house thoroughly every week whether it needs it or not. My family have been known to tell me that I go a bit overboard.
Yesterday I went for my testing for RA and praise the Lord they think that I only have Osteoarthritis, which is bad enough in itself but not as crippling as rheumatoid. I should have all test and x-ray results back in eight weeks.
So this morning, knowing that I can't sit around and do nothing because I'm in pain or I will be an invalid, I decided it was house cleaning day. You will never believe what I found under my bed y'all! It was dust bunnies the size of a frog. REALLY when it came rolling out I jumped thinking a frog had gotten under my bed. Now for those of you who personally know me and don't believe this story just go get a good dust mop, lay down on your belly close to your bed and see what comes rolling out of yours then comment back and let me know.
Friends if we have dust bunnies like this under our beds and we clean all the time what else may be in our homes? Ugh I don't want to think about it.
See I knew that it was house cleaning time because I've woke up several morning with a bad sinus headache. If you are an allergy suffer that is a sure sign that the Easter bunny is hiding under your bed too.
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