She met with me, and was on time for the interview. When it came time for the cleaning, she brought a cleaning partner, that was nice and open person, who cleaned my bathrooms, and a couple of other things. Toyuna, focused, as I asked, on getting things vacummed. Because she is a natural organizer, she kept the like things together, and put into like containers, that were formerly empty. I do believe her assurances, that she did not throw any of the clutter out. That for a "neat-nick" type of person, she respected, that what to keep, and what to let go of, is my descion. She also stacked boxes, from the heaviest on the bottom, to the lightiest on the top. It amazes me, still, how many people don't understand that concept. (And, some want to argue about it/or other reasonable sorting/storage requests.) And, she did this naturally. She was also, non-judgemental about me or my things. She is a woman of service. And, that shone through the most for me. And, both were good with my cat. He is a friendly cat. However, this was still a blessing, that they enjoyed him.