People think that ghosts only come out at night, or on Halloween, when the world is dark and the walls are thin. The truth is, ghosts are everywhere. In the bread aisle at your grocery store, in the middle of your grandmother’s garden, in the front seat of your bus.
Waiting on Wednesday (Vacation Edition) ~ Riverdale Student Handbook
Sometimes it’s the little things that get to me. Like an electric toothbrush. Mom’s got on in her hand -but not it’s not for her teeth. She’s using it on the kitchen floor. As if this is normal. As if this makes sense. I want to sneak back to my room and start the day over, but I can’t. Mom’s already spotted me. “Look, Kit-Kat,” she says, holding up the toothbrush. “The bristles are perfect for cleaning in between the floor tiles. I got the tip from Good Housekeeping. Cool huh?”