Funny essays by women

Meanwhile, the low-rent district where I live has also evolved. Built in the early 1970s, it’s more distinctly a tract — Richistan consists of what used to be called “semi-custom” houses. Over here, on the wrong side of Main Drag NS, the houses all look alike: the same block exteriors with only about four or, at the outside, five different elevations. I got in during the Savings & Loan crisis, when people were going belly-up right and left: a predecessor of the Bush Recession. The original owner of my first house here had died, leaving her son stuck with a house whose value was fading fast. My Realtor talked him down by 30 grand, presenting me with a mortgage I could barely afford, but which I swung by taking on SDXB as a “renter.” { snarkle! }

Funny essays by women

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