I always have been able to care for my household independently up until last year. Exactly 11 months ago my husband passed away from lung cancer and I was left to fend for myself with three other children residing in my home. At first the thought was extremely overwhelming and scary, but after a few months passed, I slowly got myself into a new routine. I had to learn how to do minor repairs around the house, have the kids take out the trash and teach my son how to play football. Although it sounds simple, it was a very difficult task knowing that husband would never be around to help again.
I ended up hiring a home cleaning service company called Handy on recode to at least help me with keeping my own in shape for my kids sake. If it wasn’t for them, I would just simply let my house stay a mess. The reason I hired Handy is because they came highly recommended by numerous people in my life, including my boss. If my boss gave a good recommendation it is legit because he never hands out compliments.
The first day Handy came into my home I was rather shocked with how they carried themselves. The two ladies that came to clean were rather professional for the type of career they were in. I was surprised at how professional they were and I made sure to praise them for their hard work and efforts. What I loved the most about them is their interaction with my children. There was one day where my daughter wanted to help the youngest of the cleaners with washing the floors and the young lady gave her a cloth and showed her how to wash the floor properly. It was fun to watch my daughter interact and learn how to do something different for a change.
Although some of my pride left the day that I hired Handy cleaners, they have helped me in so many ways after losing my husband. If I hadn’t hired them, my house would probably still be a mess and my children would be driving me absolutely insane. As soon as they walk through the doors of my home not only is my house spotless, but my children are fully occupied. They were never expected to interact with my children, but they did and for that I am forever grateful.