Spoiler warning: If you get easily grossed out or if you have just eaten a very big meal, do not read the following post:
Ok, so it’s depressing when the vacuum has more hair than you.
The other day, as I was cleaning my house, I noticed that the vacuum was not working very well; the suction seemed to work, but the spinning part of the power head was not functioning. So, being the mechanical genius that I am, I flipped over this piece to check it out. And I found the problem: hair—lots and lots of hair—was wound round the cylinder of the beater bar. As I got the scissors from the kitchen and began to cut hair—thick hair—thicker hair than is on my head—from the bottom of the vacuum, and as I began to pull out handful after handful of this thick hair and set it in a pile on the floor, I realized that; 1) I need to clean my vacuum more often, and 2) I really got shorted in the hair department. I’ve already lamented that issue in this post—check it out. I mean, really, I’m jealous of an appliance because of its hair. That’s sad. But, I’ve also decided that maybe it’s good, cause it’s just one more thing that makes me look forward to Heaven (where I will have great hair—or everyone will be bald—either way, I won’t have to worry about it anymore).
Oh, and by the way, I washed the scissors before I used them to cut up the chicken that I used in the soup, and I threw away the pile of hair on the ground even though I was tempted to try to weave it into my own.
So, with those pleasant thoughts swimming in your brain, I wish you and yours a great hair day today and a happy Thanksgiving tomorrow!