For a brief moment very recently, Bossy thought she would likely be employed before the end of the summer. This got Bossy thinking about apartments since, in this scenario, she could afford to rent one.
The first thing Bossy did was go on Craigslist and locate the perfect apartment! It had the perfect sunny dining nook, and the perfect square living room, and the perfect airy balcony, and the perfect new tenant!
That’s right, the apartment in question had been rented to someone else only moments before Bossy inquired about the place.
But that’s fine the apartment was rented to someone else — it was probably for the best. It was probably for the best that whoever rented that apartment put up so many vertical blinds it’s no longer sweet or sunny — not to mention the hideously uncomfortable chair the tenant placed on the balcony as if to say There’s no way I’m ever going to sit out here watching the neighbors lug groceries.
Since Bossy isn’t one to dwell on missed opportunities by partaking in activities such as jogging past that apartment all hours of the day and night criticizing the apartment’s tenant whose name is Not Bossy, Bossy turned her attention back to Craigslist.
Typically in the apartments section of Craigslist, there are accompanying photos such as in the previous example. Which is why Bossy was so pleased to find photos included in an ad for an available apartment in the only low-rise apartment building in Bossy’s neighborhood, because Bossy has always been curious about the interior.
And just what did Bossy find? Well, the available apartment has a bathroom:
And it has a, um, who’s the wise guy?
Lastly, Bossy found an ad for an amazing and inexpensive loft apartment in what Bossy knows is a very arty section of Bossy’s city.
Bossy’s only concern was she couldn’t imagine a loft apartment in that part of the city available for the inexpensive quoted price. So Bossy decided to investigate the Google street view of the building in case there was something Bossy didn’t know.
But in fact the building was quite lovely and exactly as described since it’s a recently renovated factory! So then, just to be thorough, Bossy scanned the street view to see what was located directly across the street from the loft apartment:
Anyway, it doesn’t matter. Bossy decided not to become properly employed, and so she is no longer questing after an apartment.
Bossy will just stay right here haunting her family house a while longer.
Speaking of a while longer, if you haven’t yet entered Bossy’s contest to win an iPad, please do so before the end of the day when the contest closes!