Tuesday, May 4, 2010

I want a maid.

That is all.


Jillo said...

You pay my airfare and I would be HAPPY to fly down once a week to clean your house. =)

Jimmy said...

I hear there's a lot of people of Mexican descent trying to get out of Arizona.

(That's funny, but it shouldn't be. I don't agree with what's being done there.)

Em said...

I could use a cook, because I am not nearly as good at it as you and I don't enjoy it.

J Fo said...

Amen! It's funny, because I was seriously talking about this yesterday with a friend.

Jagged Rocks said...

Right now, I would love one too. However they would be in over their head, my house is a disaster, half of our house is still torn apart.

Robynne said...

Me too, me too!!!

terahreu said...

If you lived on my street, I would totally let you borrow one of my maids. Maybe even twice a week!

Yeah, they are great. I owe you a post about how great they are but I run the risk of having every reader hating me. That is the downside of having a maid, people judge so I don't talk about it much.

I wish it was more common in the US. I think the country would work much better by doing so. OH, and less women on drugs to keep mentally stable. I do love my maids!

Boquinha said...

Jill, we are considering your offer. :P

Jimmy, ditto that. I'm wondering what the fallout will be.

Em! A maid who cooks . . . now that's an idea!

Jess, great minds!

Kim, it seems like clutter breeds itself once you have kids!

R, we should start a maid co-op. When are you moving back? :P

Terah, I can't even imagine! I'd love a post about that. You do run that risk, but I think it really does base itself in jealousy. I think the US should catch on to the beauty of the concept. More jobs and less stress? Sounds like a plan to me!