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- Author: Amelia Rademaker
- Language: English
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“Cecelia, don’t forget that you’re closing tomorrow night,” my manager
called out just as I left work.
I resisted the urge to throw up my middle finger. Debbie was known for
shouting last-minute demands instead of saying goodbye. The woman was
unbearable. Not unbearable enough to quit. Although, I dreamed about it
I parked my old two-door sedan in front of the rambler I was renting. It
was small and a little run down. I loved my little house. The rent wasn’t too
high because it wasn’t in the nicest part of town. The paint was new, the front
yard was tidy, and my neighbors pretended I didn’t exist. I knew their
ignorance was intentional because my four dogs could make a lot of noise
I heard them scratching at the door as I walked up the path. Sock was
whining loud enough that I could hear her from the yard. I smiled because as
soon as Sock whined, Maggie would start howling. Sure enough, Maggie
“Okay, okay, you guys, hold your horses,” I laughed as I unlocked the
I held the door open just wide enough to squeeze through. There was
barely enough room to shove my way in. I still had to use my frame to
physically block the dogs from getting out. Unfortunately, it left me
defenseless against being mauled.
I didn’t bother setting my stuff down. I just collapsed on the ground and
let the dogs wrestle on top of me. I laughed as wet kisses rained down.
Working at the bank in town wasn’t the most stimulating job. On top of
the boredom, the customers were mean. The plus side was that it wasn’t a
tough job to leave at the door, especially when I had four furry buddies who
loved to cuddle and play.
I managed to get back on my feet and lead the pack to the backyard. That
was the other nice thing about my house; it had a bigger backyard than
expected. There were three trees and a line of bushes. There were squirrels
and sometimes bunnies that kept the dogs busy. I watched as Sock, Maggie,
her sister Molly, and Taco raced around, sniffing everything.
I sat on one of the camping chairs and checked my phone. There were
some texts from my more tolerable coworkers complaining about work. I
didn’t bother replying. I didn’t want to think about work until I was clocked
in. I also saw a text from my friend, June. She was throwing a party that
weekend and wanted me to come so I could scope out the guy she was
crushing on. That would be a must.
Leaving the dogs, I went inside to get something to eat. During the week, I
didn’t have the energy to cook. Most of my dinners were from websites with
lists with titles like ‘Twenty-Minute Meals’ or ‘Meals With Five or Fewer
Ingredients’. When dinner was ready, I called the dogs in and fed them.
I didn’t bother doing the dishes. My brain was fried by the time I finished
dinner. I got changed and turned on the TV. The dogs eventually meandered
over and took up their various spots around the room.
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