Flying Fish

inspired by nature, fueled by irony, life and art in Alaska

house sitter…

The weather let up for a few hours Friday afternoon so I was able to get home on time.  Not early like the house sitter thought.  He didn’t have time to clean yet, he was too busy watching t.v., the cat box was full, the bathroom a scary mess including the remains of his last (oh god) coffee enema, and the heater he was going to fix still broken.  Not so broken that he couldn’t empty the oil tank heating the house. Ok, maybe the coffee thing freaked me out so much I’m casting a really bad light on the whole situation… but he house sat for my friend down the street too, our experiences match up, but she got stuck with 100’s of dollars in extra bandwidth bills because he watched the movies on line instead of renting them at her house.

sigh.

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