Just one street away are the biggest, most expensive, most extravagant houses in the city.
Just one street away every house has at least two cars, every refridgerator is filled with food, every bed has soft sheets, every closet has clothes bought for and by the person who uses them.
Just one street away, couples are out to dinner, children are at soccer practice or dance class, teenagers are buying trendy trivialities because it’s their past time.
Just one street away, yards are filled with toys and climbers that could put a city park to shame, but you never see the children on them, because they are at their soccer practices or dance classes.
Just one street away, families are coming home from vacation, families are going on vacation; no one worries if they have enough gas to get to the grocery store.
Just one street away, someone has a doctor’s appointment, some one has a dentist’s appointment, and everyone has perfect teeth.
Just one street away, a mother goes to a cafe for a little “me time” because she has enough money in her pocket for a cup of coffee.