“Good? It’s been great,” she said. “I don’t have a single criticism. You seem happier lately, too.”
“Well, I think I know what I can attribute that to,” I said, smiling.
Living in the office had many unexpected perks. But it was far from a permanent solution. When the company started to show signs of budgetary collapse, I began to plan for my future. What did I want life to look like post-office? An old friend, Robert, was moving into town that January, offering to be my roommate. Robert was a filmmaker, a great contact in the industry and a trusting person. We started looking for apartments.