You loved them before, now the flighty Flavia and her neighbor Oliver are back!
“THE NEIGHBORS DO LAUNDRY”
Time waits for neither man nor beast, and there were changes in the lives of the inhabitants of the cul de sac. Flavia and Oliver, neighbors for more years than either could readily remember, were still planted in their houses on opposite sides of a modest hedge. But age was beginning to tell on them, in mostly good ways. Oliver, who’d had no desire to establish “neighbor relationships” when he first moved in, had mellowed nicely, in Flavia’s opinion. She was grateful, counted it a blessing—for she had eight years on Oliver, and was feeling the impact of her status as “senior citizen”.