The repair shop
today—the bottom of the radiator is completely rusted and needs about
$1,200 for repairs. Spring
had been thinking about selling
the van anyway, since it had been overcome by entropic forces anyway. She
was able to sell to one of the mechanics.
We headed over there to clean out the contents. Unfortunately, we had to
leave the mattress there since it wouldn't fit in my car, but we made plans
to transport it home with Rob since he has a vehicle large
enough to transport it.
“Hey, what happened to the tuna?” I asked. There was a small Tupperware
container of tuna in the refrigerator.
“I gave it to the cat,” Spring said. “It was old and kinda
off. You can't eat that, but the cat can.”
“Yea, dogs and cats have great immune systems—it comes from licking
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