We had to change laundries because it seemed like the strange frilly knickers we were getting back might somehow correlate to my sudden shortage of underpants.
Our savings account earned three cents, but is seeming more real this months as it is now four digits.
We go for walks and watch Hell’s Kitchen.
And the sink is broken. It was draining slow, then not at all, then working again. And finally it began silently regurgitating filthy brown water. The super’s number, stored in my phone, usually a direct line to a crabby wife, is being answered by a woman named Susan. My landlord answered one email and has since been MIA.
The dirty dishes are piling up, but it’s too hot to cook anyway.