Recession

April 12, 2016

Recession

I lived with my parents for a few years during the recession, ruining their house with my greeting cards and tornado-like workstation that ate their first floor.  

I worked in the dining room on my laptop.  Occasionally Mom would slide open the dining room door and say something.

MOM:  Falling asleep?

ME (entering invoices):  Why would you think I was falling asleep?

MOM:  Just a suggestion!  Use your time wisely.




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