The old vacuum cleaner

This cartoon is taken from my 2010 calendar, in other words the one people are three quarters of the way through at the moment as opposed to the new one. I can’t tell you which month it is, but I’m hoping it is one of the ones that have gone so as to avoid spoilers…

vacuum cleaner

This cartoon is taken from my 2010 calendar, in other words the one people are three quarters of the way through at the moment as opposed to the new one. I can’t tell you which month it is, but I’m hoping it is one of the ones that have gone so as to avoid spoilers for those who don’t look ahead at forthcoming months. Yes, it is true, I don’t have a copy of my own calendar in the house owing to having seen all of the jokes before.

Given that it’s Sunday and no-one’s reading I was going to go into some detail about some of the cleaning I’ve been doing around the house. It would have been fairly interesting. But it’s Sunday, and no-one’s reading, so I won’t bother. Instead, a vacuum cleaner anecdote. Once, I went to a Christian camp for youths held in an old house. I was given the job of vacuuming some rooms at the end and was told off for doing a poor job. It was not my fault though, as the vacuum cleaner was old and rubbish. I don’t feel any ongoing bitterness about this.

To be honest it is a good thing I can use diagrams on this weblog. If mine were mainly an anecdote-based blog I think I’d have difficulties.