Category Archives: Neighbors

Random Thoughts on feeling like a harassed citizen

Sometimes, it is not the best thing to take the high road. I will admit, however, that I do not believe that I could do otherwise. Nonetheless, those who take the high road and do the right thing should be … Continue reading

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Tired Thursday

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Kabouterville

On Sunday, the neighbor’s garbage can was already on the street, over one day early. One day early? That usually means that the house’s inhabitants are not in town and needed to put out the garbage before departure. It looks … Continue reading

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Storms of every kind

The day started out with a storm. The storm was a real one, although the preceding day had ended with a ‘storm’ of sorts as the neighbor, and I hesitate to call him that because he currently has not one … Continue reading

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Mr. Laughlin

In 1987, we moved into the current house. One of the first people we met was our neighbor, John Laughlin. At the time, there was a simple, four-foot fence or so, marking the line between our back yards. John had … Continue reading

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