Saturday, April 18, 2009

Vacuum Bags

It's getting harder and harder to find vacuum bags these day.
I have a Eureka Mighty-Mite Canister Vac that we connect our Flowbee hair cutting system to so I can cut my husband's hair and my hair. I went to Target, Wal-Mart and K-Mart looking for the bags for this vacuum and no one had them. I had bought them at Target and Wal-Mart before. I guess because most vacuums now are bagless that no one wants to mess with selling bags.
Well, we decided to head to Sears because I remembered that they used to have them and HURRAY! they had them.
We were looking at the bags when a person with a very "tiny" voice came up behind us in a wheel chair to ask if we needed help. We turned around and there sat the cutest "little person" I've every seen and when I say "little person", I mean that he really was....a dwarf.
Anyway, I got my vacuum bags and then we decided to go for a drive and headed up to Lake Piru in Ventura Country.
Came home and saw that it was 94 degrees, so uncovered the air conditioner and turned it on. They say we are going to be in the 90's for about 7 days. YUCK!

1 comment:

  1. I agree about those bags. I'm almost wishing my vaccuum would bite the dust so I would have an excuse to buy a new bagless one.


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