It’s a good thing Laura likes to work hard. With her husband on the road most of the time earning his wage as a long-haul trucker, she spent 20 years of her life managing a home for herself and four children. She fixed broken pipes under the sink. She changed air filters. She installed new lift chains in the toilet. Maintenance jobs compounded with her daily chores of cooking, cleaning, and yard work. Anything she didn’t already know how to do, she had to learn.
A licensed cleaner, Laura incorporates her honed household skills and proven stamina into her work in clients’ homes. During her cleaning services, she rolls up her sleeves and delves into dirty carpets, laundry, and windows, applying old-fashioned elbow grease to get homes sparkling from baseboards to ceilings. Lengthy to-do lists shrivel up into delicious dried fruit as Laura changes batteries in smoke detectors or sojourns into yards to mow, rake leaves, or plant seasonal flower beds.