I enjoy Snooker so much that I even bought a table to enjoy it at home. However, everyone in our house got too busy to play the game, so we just kept the snooker table in our basement. It has been ages since my family played with it.
That instantly changed when my cousin called and told me that they would be coming over for the weekend. He explicitly reminded me that we would have a snooker match when they arrive. I was both excited and panicked about the visit. Our house looks clean but since my grandmother is coming as well, “looks clean” is never enough.
So I scrambled and searched for a maid service in Arlington Heights IL. I contacted the nearest one in my location, and we scheduled the cleaning date. I requested for two maids to do the clean up to save time because there are other rooms to be cleaned.
The housemaids arrived on time and promptly started with their work. After a few hours, the house smelled great, and it feels like the air around the house felt fresh. I do not recall feeling this way in my house before.
That evening, my relatives arrived. The snooker game is in order, but the little nephews kept on saying that we were playing billiards. To set the record straight, I had to explain to them that Snooker may look like billiards, but there is a striking difference between the two sports. I even narrated to them the differences:
– Billiards uses three colored balls, white, red and yellow while Snooker uses 15 red balls, six yellow balls, and a cue ball.
– The cue ball in billiards is white and yellow while it is only white in the game of Snooker.
– The first player to pocket all the designated balls is the winner in the game of billiard. Snooker, on the other hand, uses a point system. The winner is the one who gets the most points.
Now that the kids were satisfied with my explanation we proceeded with our game. My granny then came out of her room looking very happy with the cleanliness of her room.