She’d had it with replacing the gate five times in a season.
She’d had it with coming back from any length of trip to find her garden in shambles, her gazebo in ruins, and her abode filled with debris. There were always some of her favorite things broken or missing.
Something had to be done.
This might not look like it’d stop determined burglars, but it should at least cause pause to the majority. If any dared try.
It didn’t matter that it was made of bent reeds, or that she’d been advised to seal the opening with bricks. Too much stone felt heavy. And anyway, she found pleasing beauty in the symmetry, in the way light filtered through. It was like a window to the world.
Also, Itsy came with references and guaranteed the work.
“Itsy build,” the industrious worker promised. “And if something break in. Itsy eats it.”
For the Crimson Creative Challenge #51