new neighbours  

rm_iwannatellu 46F
849 posts
8/1/2006 10:53 am

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8/3/2006 11:03 am

new neighbours

I have a new neighbour, which means that my old neighbour is gone. Woohoo! She was a very rude, mean-spirited, and selfish woman, and I am glad she is gone. (I realise that is not really a very good attitude to have, but I don't really care.)

When she moved in, I went to welcome her, and she was rude and obviously did not want to be part of our neighbourhood, or perhaps was not used to being welcomed into a neighbourhood. I would greet her everytime I saw her, but she would either swear at me under her breath, or ignore me flat. I was still friendly to her for the past 2 years, and finally yesterday evening I saw that a new couple had moved in. (I had heard various noises the evening before until 1am, but that was not unusual, so I ignored it.

Anyway, I went to welcome my new neighbours, and they seem like a wonderful couple. I cannot tell you how pleased I am. We have already discussed where the good shops are in the neighbourhood, where the best take away joints are, best routes onto the highways, doctors, vets, etc, and we even have a coffee date. I am also going to help them paint one of their rooms.

Not only are they friendly, but they also don't have a dog. Now, I love animals, and have had various combinations all my life. I currently have a cat.

My old neighbour had a dog who used to get out of her yard (because she did not have a gate), and deposit tons and tons of dog poo on my lawn, and chase my cat daily. Despite the complex and body coporeate rules that every place must have a gate if it has animals, she simply did not ever put one up, which meant that her dog could wriggle through my gate which has holes between the slats of the metal. Needless to say, I asked her politely many times, but she would either ignore me, or say "well, that is what dogs do!"

Next to brussel sprouts and cooked oatmeal, dog poo is THE MOST DISGUSTING thing in the world, and I really resent having to pick it up if I don't have a dog.

I considered picking it up and giving it to her weekly, but I was afraid she may hit me. LOL. Never mind, she has gone now.

Thank goodness for new neighbours.

Yaaaaaaaay!


IsThisBetter4u 107M

8/1/2006 12:19 pm

Out with the old and in with the new...we could all use a new coat of paint.


rm_iwannatellu 46F
933 posts
8/1/2006 12:40 pm

    Quoting IsThisBetter4u:
    Out with the old and in with the new...we could all use a new coat of paint.
Shall I come over and help you paint too?

I actually love to paint... can't explain why. I have painted my own place too, and several of my friend's places. Hey - maybe that can be my new job.

Good thinking Batman.


rm_Benkai7 56M
2358 posts
8/1/2006 12:49 pm

Dear "iwannatellu".

... good neighbours, good friends and helping hands ... that makes the day bright too ...

Benkai7


sunshinekzn 59F

8/1/2006 1:34 pm

What a nice way to start the new month. Enjoy your new neighbors!


T_A_B_75 43M

8/1/2006 1:40 pm

I'm glad you and the new neighbors are getting along. It makes it easier when there is no hostility where you live. Good luck because it is still the courting period.


rm_iwannatellu 46F
933 posts
8/3/2006 11:03 am

Benkai, Foto, Sunshine, TAB, Dusty

Thanks for popping in. Just trying to keep up my word, and respond to everyone. It is a great way to start the month.

BTW - although brussel sprouts may have done nothing to me, the smell of htem cooking was enough. Enough said...


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