Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Notice of Immediate Termination of Tenancy

Over the years, we have opened up our spare bedroom to many guests. We either extended the invition ourselves or they asked and we said, "Sure. Come live with us..." Some college students have even stayed for up to a semester.

So yesterday, I was cleaning up/organizing the glass workshop so we could finally get back to work in there. And I happened to notice evidence that someone had been living there. Completely uninvited. No, not a person. Nope, I think it was something furry. With a tail. Ewwwww. I didn't hear anything scurrying when I walked in. So that's a good sign, right? I have tentatively opened up the door a couple more times. No sounds. As we never gave him permission to be there in the first place, I hope he has moved on, or I will take the necessary steps.

While I'm not usually a fan of blog posts without pictures, sometimes it's just the right thing to do. So I'm not going to gross you out with a picture to go along with this post. Because I'm just thoughtful that way.

6 comments:

  1. We tend to get to those "kind" of visitors in the fall when it starts to become nippy outside. Am not a fan.

    Outside is for them. Inside is for us. If they cross that line, they should not expect a welcome mat.

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  2. Great comment Grandma G I think you know her pretty good. Sometime ask her how s_ _ _ _ _ (she doesn't even like the word) don't live above 6,000 ft. elevation. Mark

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  3. Uh oh.... I shouldn't have mentioned the 'word', huh? Oops! Sorry, Cindy.

    She's already told me about the altitude thing, Mark. Also about how somebody chased her around a store with a rubber snake... what an evil person that was!!! ;-)

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  4. EEEK! Good for you terminating tenancy!

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  5. You should file a notice for "Extermination of Tenancy"

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