Today my TV started flickering during the eight O clock show. At first I thought it was just bad reception, but adjusting the rabbit ears only made it worse. I guess it is about time I got a new box.
It would appear that my plea for a swift resolution to the ever growing hole at the bus stop has gone to deaf ears. As I passed it today, it had started bending in on itself. While it is certainly good fun watching time and reality bend in and out of existence, I would rather not have to go walk on the opposite side of the road to catch my bus. The lady in the window there worries me, there is something not quite right about her.
Have you ever noticed how stars whisper louder on rainy nights?
This morning, I had an encounter with with Mr. Willson next door. He expressed frustration over his granddaughter having left a mess in his basement again. He had found her sleeping on the floor surrounded by candle wax and chalk. Although he had made his granddaughter clean the room all morning, it still had a lingering stench of sulphur. Children nowadays can’t even clean properly.
Spoiled brats, the lot of them.
I believe that I heard the dying scream of an animal as I passed the hole today. I have thus taken to writing city hall in hopes that they may find a solution that may ensure the safety of the poor critters.
Dear Mayor Appleworth,
I am writing to inform you that your repeated cuts in the transport and infrastructure budget has resulted in the development of an inter-dimensional rift in the ground on Ashstreet. I do not mean to be a worrywart, but the continued expansion of the hole has started to affect my daily commute and I fear that it may be eating small critters and if not tended to may swallow us all. I therefore request that the matter is given due attention before it gets out of hand.
Thank you for your aid and attention.
I passed the hole again today. It appears to have gotten larger.
The most curious thing happened today while walking home from the grocery store. A hole appeared in the pavement near the 350E bus stop. It had no bottom and it appeared to be slowly sucking in everything around it.
Someone should fix it before a poor soul trips in it.