No matter how many times I re-read the engineers report, it still read the same "Foundation no longer stable to the point of representing a threat to human habitation. A writ will be issued to quit the premises immediately until stabilization of the building foundation and substructure is complete."
Coughing at the layers of dust (NEVER hire Urchins to dust), I carefully lowered the last of the paintings to the floor of the Oddments Shop. The walls are now bare, the floors cleared, ready for the new owners.
Rumblings at the Museum (reposted from "Chapter" as I am not able to find chapter section in the BAR)
Sipping my tea and staring into the fire, I ignore the engineers
report covering the floor.
"Ignoring the problem will do me no good... "
"Nope" says Victor from the depths of the armchair.
"It wasn't just the dancers making the floor shake yesterday was it?"
"Nope" says Victor.
Shocked is the only emotion to adequately describe my feelings and facial expression when Miss Bianca told me why she had appeared at the door to my flat in the Mechanix Arms. Having seen how unfairly I'd been swindled out of the little restaurant I'd built with my bare hands (and some help from my friends), and being newly reformed-she was giving me the keys to the White Rabbit, and sign