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Neighbor’s House help

By Tina Long

Copyright@2018 by Tina Long

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This book is a work of fiction and any resemblance to persons, living or dead, or places, events or locales is purely coincidental.

It is intended only for adults over the age of 18 and all characters are represented as 18 or over.

I rushed out the door with an empty trash bag. I felt petty and immature for degrading myself to this level. Taking out the trash so that I would at least spot Howie, my neighbor’s help. They were the first ones in the neighborhood to employ a male help and the fact that he was cute made me run late and unauthorized errands every time I saw him. That morning after gushing like an insecure school girl in front of my bedroom, I finally decided to be the modern woman and ask him out. Howie apparently had the same routine each day and so I knew that in about twenty minutes he was supposed to take out the trash.

Finally he stepped out of the house and walked to the trash cans. The distance wasn’t that far, but at least it was enough for me to debate on whether or not I would ask him to dinner or a movie. As I was debating he stopped and looked at me. At that time, I didn’t know whether to be ashamed or proud of myself. It was then that I decided to shamefully walk back with my empty trash bag but as I started heading back to the house, the unexpected happened.

“Excuse me, Miss Miller, can I talk to you for five minutes?” he started.

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