Even if it means that somebody in my neighborhood obviously doesn't like me.
Because really, who actually calls the cops on somebody in their neighborhood? Especially for something so silly?
If I had a problem with something going on in my neighborhood I would go talk to them first. Not call the police.
So a bit ago a police officer stopped by at our house to tell us that someone in our neighborhood had a complaint.
Apparently according to them somebody who comes to my "daycare" (which is actually a preschool) is parking in somebody's driveway and then letting their small child either walk across the road or across their grass.
Now granted, I don't always see where they park but I have never seen anyone who comes to my preschool park in someone else's driveway and walk across the street or across the grass in another yard.
They park in my driveway, or along the sidewalk, and walk on my grass and the sidewalk, which is okay with me.
They come three times a week, two times in the morning. And somebody has done something, within the course of a few months, to make someone actually call the cops?
Is that the way things work here in Saratoga Springs? Because if so, maybe we don't want to buy a house here.
The only thing we ALL have to do is turn around in a driveway because our street is dangerously narrow. But that wasn't the complaint, was it?
So needless to say, I'm a little miffed, and a little hurt. I won't lie.
But the police officer was very very nice. So I guess that makes it better.
It just stinks that I've apparently made an enemy within a few months of living here. And that now I will always wonder who it is.
It's like this bad seed planted. And my tears are the rain.
I'll try my best to not let it grow.
Caution! Sharp curve ahead...
2 months ago