As bad as things were before, in Ann South’s world, the outburst of the President, Elvis March, pushed her over the edge. Pushed her into that disaffected Matron the tenants desired.
Ann’s commitment had been somewhat tenuous when she returned from Christmas Break. She had not created any protocols or patterns.
The obnoxious behaviour of Elvis March ended all possible commitment Ann South had to Miriam House.
She was not going to sit in the Matron’s house to see and hear and experience the unpleasantness of the tenants nor expose herself to another insulting performance of Elvis March.
To protect herself, Ann began to go out. At first it was just out to go, then, she got a job.
A real nine to five job at a real estate agency.