1921, England, Jo Manders is a widow, her husband lost, reports MIA over Germany. Now she is working as a paid companion for his wealthy aunt at Wych Elm House, where the past lingers in the shadows and haunts the night. Something is lurking at Wych Elm House and it wants Jo.
Hello there avid readers! So I am in the last two weeks of school and that means I really have to finish these two papers I’ve got going on here and work on my packing. I’m almost done with my packing. I’ve got boxes all taped up and the like. It’s really going to be my cats stuff that is going to be a while. I mean I’m going to have to wait until the very last moment to put away his litter box, which includes cleaning it, the litter genie (which is awesome by the way) and really just clean up my room, but stuff away and the like. I’m almost done, I did two loads of laundry last night and just started throwing things into boxes and space bags. I misplaced a sock. It’s going to be a crazy last week here, let me tell ya.
Hello there avid readers, I can’t believe it’s already April. This is last month of this semester. It’s so weird how it always seems like it’s going to feel like it will go on forever, but then it goes by so quickly and the next thing I know, it’s time for me to start packing again, to finish up the last of my semester. It’s so weird how fast time flies. Next thing you know, summer will be over and I’ll be back at school.
It will be nice to enjoy my summer days of sleeping in and working nights at my movie theater. I love my movie theater, I totally need a raise, but as I’ve always said, I’d rather go broke working a job I love with great company and bosses than be miserable. I actually look forward to going to work. Of course, I’m also a night owl so working nights is tons of fun.