She spoke with the owner of the cleaning company in San Francisco and told the person about the marijuana vape pen that she found on the desk.
My wife and I have full-time jobs that keep us extremely busy. My wife works at a hospital in San Francisco and I work at a museum. Both of us are at work all day. When we get home at the end of the evening, neither one of us wants to clean the house, wash dishes, or scrub the floors. A couple of months ago, I searched San Francisco Bay for a cleaning company that could handle our home. I spoke with several different San Francisco businesses. My wife and I made our choice and we scheduled weekly cleaning on Tuesdays and Fridays. Everything was going well until last week when my wife found a marijuana vape pen on the nightstand. Neither one of us used recreational or medical marijuana supplies. The marijuana vape pen had to come from the cleaning lady. When my wife found the vape pen on the nightstand, she contacted the cleaning company to complain. Honestly, I didn’t think it was a big deal, but my wife was very upset. She spoke with the owner of the cleaning company in San Francisco and told the person about the marijuana vape pen that she found on the desk. The owner of the company actually asked my wife if she was certain that the vape pen did not belong to her. My wife was 100% certain since neither one of us uses recreational or medical marijuana. The next Tuesday when we had our house clean, we did not see the same person. We assume she lost her job.