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Tag Archives: neighbors
I will have a post soon on my job hunting efforts. Meanwhile, as I listened late last night to the neighbor kids running amok in the street after dark – dodging traffic while riding hoverboards, bikes and scooters, and flying … Continue reading
Ready for Quote Challenge Day #2? Let’s go! Quote: Good fences make good neighbors. Author: Robert Frost, in his poem, “Mending Wall” Truer words were never written. That’s why I have a 6-foot privacy fence between me and … Continue reading
When life throws you lemons, learn to juggle. My youngest recently bought her first home. In the process of helping her, it occurred to me that perhaps it’s time to move away from the loony neighbors and into a house … Continue reading