The Woman Across the Street from the Girl in the Window

The Woman in the House Kristen Bell Samsara Yett 855x570

On the corner of a quiet street stands a nondescript house, seemingly like all the others on the block. Within the walls of this house is a story of two women: one who looks out the window and one who passes by every day.

The Woman Across the Street

Every day, a woman walks down the street and passes by the house with the girl in the window. She is a small woman, with a warm smile and a kind heart. She wears her hair in a simple bun, her clothes are plain but neat. She never fails to smile when she passes by the house, even though she knows there is a girl in the window watching her.

The Girl in the Window

The girl in the window is a mysterious figure. She is usually seen looking out the window, her face expressionless. She never speaks to anyone, and no one knows why she is always in the window. All that is known is that she is always there, watching the woman across the street as she passes by.

The woman and the girl in the window are a mystery, their relationship unknown. What is certain is that their story is one of a quiet understanding, of a woman who passes by and a girl who watches her, day after day.