I do not wish to come across as complaining, HOWEVER, as the designated cleaning lady of your home I would like to bring a few things to your attention.
In the hall bathroom it appears as though some in the house are still not aware what a towel racks purpose is. Wet towels crumpled on the sink not only make your home look dirty and unkempt, it also creates a foul musty odor that I can only imagine is due to bacteria growth within the towel and not good for the skin.
Additionally it appears as though the new protocol for when one is done shaving ones face is to leave the razor and shaving cream on the sink. Please confirm whether this is indeed the new protocol and I will leave the sink as is.
Last but not least it seems as though one of the two males that were up early this morning has not been trained properly on the use of their male parts when peeing. I do not have male parts but common sense tells me that there is a good size hole in which to aim the urine flow. Holding ones male part and aiming towards the middle of the big hole seems the best practice in order to avoid peeing all over the toilet seat and the floor. In addition it seems logical that if the males in question cannot seem to aim properly the least they could do is LIFT the toilet seat so their poor aim does not leave pee all over the main seat for the next unsuspecting person needing to sit. This has been an ongoing issue for some time, and I do not want to blame one individual over another, but reasonable deduction leads me to believe it is one particular male who is the peeing offender.
If my services as cleaning lady of your humble abode were paid services I would keep my complaints to myself, since I am an indentured servant working for free I have two options to compromise with this situation.
1. If the above continues then the male offender can be solely responsible for the proper cleaning of the bathroom in question.
2. The cleaning lady will no longer clean the bathroom in question and all males and guest of the H residence will have to deal with filthy sinks and urine covered toilets and floors.
Sincerely, Mrs. H – aka the cleaning lady