Life should NOT be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in an attractive and well-preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways - Cabernet in one hand - chocolate in the other - body thoroughly used up, totally worn out and screaming "WOO-HOO, what a ride!!"

Sunday, July 29, 2012

Life In The Hood

 

Wish we had some news to share like we sold the house or we won the lottery.

But neither one  has happened  as we sit here in the trailer hood. I go to work and Angela cleans,does laundry,cooking and goes to the swimming pool.lol

When I’m home I like to walk  Annie and I have started to notice and hope it’s not like this every where.

But when we walk around the park and especially on the weekends and a lot of the full-timers also can pass you on the street and act like they don’t even see you walking by. I’m not asking  them to  take me home. But a hello,hi or up yours would be nice… Anyway the park is packed for the weekend with kids riding bikes and the pool so packed you have to stand shoulder to shoulder.

We our trying to get a different site up the hill from here. We would have less weekend traffic and a bigger yard for the hounds.

We have had a few showings this weekend on the house so maybe something's going to happen soon. We hope

Living the Good Life 

   

11 comments:

Judy and Emma said...

I hope this is the weekend that gets you a good offer.

Larry and Samantha Bandstra said...

The "Trailer Hood' that's funny. People are people no matter where they are or what they are doing. Once your house sells and you can move from place to place I am sure FTing will become exciting!!! Hang in there...

Shoeless Joe said...

I think people not acknowledging you in the park is the exception rather than the rule. Most parks that I have been in the opposite is true and especially the full timers.

Jim and Sandie said...

Week-end Warriors usually don't acknowledge us but full timers seem to be much friendlier. But it also depends on how friendly I'm feeling. It's hard for me to say the first hello but I try. Hang in there.

Rick Doyle said...

Good luck with your open house - hope you get some action there.

I've noticed that some park fulltimers seem to resent us part timers parking in "their park". Too bad!

Paul and Marsha Weaver...OCT. 17, 2009 said...

We find the weekenders are less friendly than full timers. They are in a rush to hurry, have fun, run home to work.
Strange that so many full timers would not at least acknowledge you. People are funny!

Dennis and Donna said...

I just gotta say that McGyver and I have never encountered a full-timer who wasn't very helpful and nice...at least not YET!...We are more inclined to have had noisy, not very social local weekenders who don't like the "out of towners"...Just a few, but they ARE out there...

Merikay said...

It will sell! It only takes one buyer, the right one.

Sue and Doug said...

we try and say hello to everyone..but we are those weekend warriors who invade the peaceful parks!!

JOJO said...

I don't think all parks are like that. Hang in there. I find them for the most park friendly people.
there will always be a few unfriendly folks around.

Phyllis said...

Just keep remembering you have the Escapade in September to look forward to. I promise we will be friendly.