13 years Lyme & Co.; Small Fiber Neuropathy; Myasthenia Gravis, Adrenal Insufficiency. On chemo for 2 1/2 years as experimental treatment for MG. Posts: 4480 | From Northeastern Connecticut | Registered: Jun 2005
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Oh MADDOG, the mental picture of your neighbors made me laugh so hard!
You know, I'm familiar with Eaton and surrounding areas so "FIAR" is the correct pronunciation for many of these folks...
Makes for interesting people watching. But I agree, don't want them as immediate neighbors! Too many problems!!!
I'm glad to hear that you haven't had any more stroke symptoms lately. Hope you will continue to get better and never experience anything like that again. Do you have a good neuro doc to follow up with now? I need to get one for myself but other things keep taking priority.
The new property that you are considering in town sounds like a nice option. There are always positive and negative trade offs when you move. sometimes it's hard to move too when you've lived in one place for a long time.
I just moved from my house in January. It was a big move. Hard transition. Long story as to why so won't go there. Used to live in very rural area, land, trees, gardens, privacy,...
Now live in a condo. Lots of neighbors. Old people that are grumpy. Can't even feed the birds in the winter because some crazy old man down the way, not next door, thinks that the birds are a "neusance", said that they pooped on his patio furniture. So HOA says remove bird feeder ASAP or pay huge fine.
It wouldn't have bothered me much if same old man didn't have bird feeders (multiple) himself! So his birds don't poop but apparently my birds did? Like I said earlier, Crazy!
Maybe you should try to check out the town property & neighbors somehow before you seriously consider purchasing it? Somehow spend as much time there as possible during an evening/ night. Then you could see if new neighbors had any obvious disturbing habits.
Hope things work out for you no matter what you decide.
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