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Kleenex
Q-Tips
Coffee (the good kind if it’s on sale)
Razors
Bleach wipes
Paper towels
Conditioner
Windex
Toilet bowl cleaner
Sponges
Hot sauce

Bag of rice
Laundry detergent
Baking soda
Shout
Scouring pad
Black beans (for soaking)
Vodka (on the way home)

Tomorrow

Pick up the boys at daycare after work.
Don’t forget lunch at Mom’s the next day.
Boys go back to Stacey’s on Friday this time, not Thursday (don’t ask them about Stacey but be alert).
Blake might need new boots.
It’s supposed to get cold tomorrow, Mom might have stuff to use.
Make plans for the summer and tell the boys, maybe tell them about the lake,
it’s possible you could go this year maybe, tell them about you and Stacey maybe,
they know so little about you and Stacey, what do they know even, do they even remember?
Tell them something.
Will’s been liking the library, maybe go to the library.

 

 

Casey Plett is the author of the novel Little Fish, the story collection A Safe Girl to Love, and co-editor of Meanwhile, Elsewhere: Science Fiction and Fantasy from Transgender Writers. She lives in Windsor, Ontario.

 

 

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