Yard kid finally stopped by. Had no intention of doing anything except to give me a bunch of excuses which I didn't let him elaborate on. Blah blah blah, had to go to church on Easter Sunday (most of us did I think), trouble with the 'roommate' situation and she's now moved out.
Had to come back when halfway to the city for a job with the roofer to get into a row with the now ex roommate. Seems the sister in law (he lives with) called in a panic to say she was moving out without paying rent. Uhhuh? She was moving out on April ONE. No rent due so I figure unless they wanted ONE day? How petty can you get? So my hour spent typing up the 'please move' papers was wasted.
I'm just annoyed with him enough to probably not have him doing anything here again. He was obviously miffed I didn't want to listen to his woes, but I'm so tired of all the drama. He has plenty of other jobs.
HOUSE kitty korner is SOLD! No signs, no nothing, and as of yesterday on the realtor web sites was NOT for sale. Today, Hazmat showed up with a guy I'd never seen, they looked around the fence, didn't go in, nobody seemed to have keys to gate or house. Finally used some sort of 'sniffer' machine pointed towards the windows and then drove off. I went to realtor website and it listed as SOLD no information available.
No new deed filed yet and have no idea sold to whom. I'm just guessing the niece who was here last month, sold it to one of those 'we buy houses' places sight unseen long distance. Probably with all contents, as is. Darn, would have been a great rental for me if I had the dough or even knew it was for sale. Geez.
Now we wait and watch to see who shows up to move stuff out or whatever. I'm thinking it's NOT the Snake and Company guy because he would have already been over there all month liberating everything he could carry.
Can hardly wait to see what happens over there. Hoping it's for the good.
Still working on rehabbing my shower. Slow and tedious. Probably no shower tonight either as the rubber paint on coating is taking forever to dry. Ugh.