Before Trisha heads home, she decides to do a little dance…
She started out small, but the day’s events and realisation that this is her life now had her breaking out into something crazy!
She had fun at least.
Time to head home and buy a nice bed! As she walked over to the curb and waited to get home she went through all the different types of fabrics and patterns that was on offer! Not to mention the mattress and frame. Considering she might have this bed for a loooooooooooooooooooooooooong time, it would be worth buying a really good one! One that would at least give her a good night’s rest. Should she also buy a double? She probably should start thinking about finding someone to share the rest of her life with… Getting a double would be an investment for the future…
Then she also had to decide if she can afford an easel. First things first, though! A bed!
That… Leaves her with enough for an easel and $60 left over! Perfect. It might be tight, but at least she can make money with an easel.
Ok then. Time to paint!
Oops. Trisha forgot (or maybe it was me, but I’ll never admit it) that it costs money to paint. Which makes sense as painting supplies really do cost quite a bit of money. But it’s an investment! Surely it will sell for more than it cost to make. It better or otherwise Trisha will have sell the bed and sleep on a park bench *shudder*.
Trisha is a bit worried that it won’t be very nice at all and then she really will become a bum, even if she does own a FREAKING HUGE piece of land, and will eventually have to call it quits and go home to her boring parents who will make her become a boring doctor.
Instead… The final outcome is… Not so bad! Yeah… It’s alright.
The real question here is how much will it sell for? Well, here goes nothing!
BOOM. Trisha has enough money to paint a MEDIUM size painting! How’s that for turning a buck into 10.
Once she’s done with that one and sells it, Trisha starts painting a LARGE painting!
All that stressing for nothing. It really is going to turn out ok!
But all that painting has made Trisha hungry, so she heads off to the bar to scab a bowl of chips for dinner (it’s only temporary!). But, oh no!! For some reason the bar isn’t handing out chips at the moment and Trisha finds herself fearing the fate of her future once more! What will she do? How will she- Oh.. Hay there Cutie!
Trisha engages first with a “funny introduction” hoping to make the acquaintance of a young Mr Travis Scott. She ignores her stomach and growing tiredness in order to get to know Travis better. Oh look! He’s a bit of a geek. Well that’s adorable.
Sadly, Trisha can put off her growling stomach no more and has to say goodbye in order to get to the park so she can at least grill up some sausages for dinner and then hit the hay. WHAT? $13 for sausages? Well that sucks. Stupid inflation. The cost of basic living is so excessive!
A quick trip to the ladies before heading home to bed. Scram lady. I don’t care how angry you are I NEED TO GO, Trisha thinks to herself when she notices the stomping woman following her into the bathroom.
Trisha is so tired she almost doesn’t make it to bed…
Which is not so surprising when she realises that it’s 5 AM IN THE MORNING! Oh my gosh Trisha, how could you let it get like this! What were you thinking?? I bet it was that guy, Travis. Girl, you gotta prioritize!
It’s called time management, Trisha.. You know? Where you get your crap together so that life runs as smooth as it can? Good thing you still have 4 hours to rest up before your first day of work starts! Although you are gonna smell RANK when you get home!