I had a nice, long couch in the kitchen where I used to live, but here, there’s just enough space for a love seat.
Even for me, it’s too short to comfortably stretch out on, but that’s okay: there’s no dearth of spots for reclining in my comfortable, comforting home. When I found my two-seater at Restore for Habitat for Humanity, I overlooked its flaws: The price was right, and I intended to have it reupholstered and restrung. Oh well. Add that to the list of the undone. Continue reading “The Soviet Store”