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Old 11-27-2012, 12:51 PM   #1
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So frustrated!

I work from home. I normally have enough work to keep me busy as long as I feel like working. Well, today, not so much! So, I decided to take advantage, and REALLY clean my house.

Well, we have two cats. My husband works 12 hour shifts, 5-7 days a week, so he doesn't scoop it... often. Maybe once a week, maybe even every 9-10 days. It's in our closet, with a door, so the smell is only noticeable to me most of the time, because my nose is hypersensitive right now. Anyway... I get tired of it. It needs to be scooped out 1-2 times a day, minimum. I want the smell GONE. When it DOES get bad enough for anyone else to notice, it's so bad to ME that I could literally vomit every time I walk toward my bathroom (next to the closet). Anyway, I was going to scoop it today - then my dad offered, so he did it. I hate the thought of breathing all of that junk in constantly, being pregnant, but at this point, I can't do anything about it! That's one frustration.

Now I am frustrated with myself because I just cleaned the guest bathroom. I scrubbed the bathtub with a bleach/water mixture. Now all I smell is bleach. The smell was so overwhelming while I was in there, that I literally had to hold my breath for a minute to get through it. Now all I smell is bleach. It's like it's stuck in my nose. I've got the backdoor open (sitting next to it now), but it just won't go away. So now I am freaking out that it's going to hurt my baby... either the cat crap dust, or the bleach.


Okay, I'm done with my rant. Thanks for listening.
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