The eccentric Thompson was particularly fond of his peaceful nook in Colorado. While it was a tranquil and secluded setting and conflict with neighbours seemed improbable, Thompson did, on one occasion, find himself in quite the high calibre dispute with a neighbour a few fields away.
always the same scenario : My elder brother calls my mom to call me, and my mom will tell me to help my brother, she will say if you help your brother, it the same thing you are helping me. (feel so suffocated)
Hi, my daughter is Toxic, we have bent over backwards to help her,everything you have done we have done too, and for no real reason she has turned on us (its not the first time) and is cutting us off from seeing our 20 month old grand daughter which is the only reason I am at this moment trying not to sever all ties with her. Its so sad, well done you two for being strong enough, I wish you well and that soon you will be able to see your little ones.
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See, I got a totally different vibe from her in Kramer V. Kramer. I thought her character was going through some serious depression and trying to right her life, not that she was a self-absorbed bitch. Mr. Kramer was the self absorbed one, who, of course, grew into a loving, involved father after she left.
i get along with most neighbors where i live but across the street is the house of an old witch who hates everybody and everybody hates her. the kind of woman who will sue you because one of your trees drops apples in her garden.
She used to come into the restaurant I work in when she visited her daughter at Northwestern University in Evanston Il.She was normal, quiet, but normal. Typical mom visiting her daughter.We all liked her!That being said, some people just can bring out the bitch in anyone!!!The neighbor might be one of those people!
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HiI'm feeling so shaken up right now. We moved into a detached property about a year ago - both house and garden need A LOT of work, our priority is to get the house done first (intend to start next year) but will also do bits to the garden as and when we have the cash for the work to be done. The garden boundaries are privet hedge in various states of repair - about one third of the hedge making up the boundary with our neighbours was actually falling down so we decided to pay for a gardener to remove it last summer (when we had the available funds for this). Now before we did so we approached our elderly neighbour (probs late 60s, lived alone but now has recently separated son living with her) to tell her - she wasn't very happy about it as was worried about her dogs getting out but she had already put up both chicken wire and picket fence on the other side of the hedge so reluctantly agreed. We explained to her that we wouldn't be able to replant the hedge until the autumn because that's when hedge planting should take place - again, she seemed unhappy about this but said 'OK'. We would never have left her without a boundary - if the chicken wire and picket fence wasn't there then we would have put up some boards to stop her dogs getting through.At the same time as we had the hedge removed she also decided to have a big tree which was just the other side of the hedge cut down - she didnt tell us beforehand but came round afterwards to say that she couldn't afford to have the stump removed. The tree is definitely her side of the chicken wire (which she says denotes the boundary, she's been in her house years, we're not splitting hairs about that, it's fine) but as there's mo hedge there now it's clear that the stump leans over and a lot of the roots are her side of the boundary.Fast forward to now and its time to get hedge planting. Except we can't because the exposed stumps massive roots are in the way.My husband went round to see the neighbour 3 days ago to offer that we pay half the amount of stump removal - she said she hadn't got the money now (50% is 120) so my husband suggested that we get it removed, foot the bill and she can pay us back some time in the new year. She seemed open to it - he told her we'd talk to her again before doing it. So today I walked past her drive on the way to picking up my daughter from school and she called me over. She said that she had talked to her partner (they don't live together, he doesn't own the property so no idea what he has to do with anything) and she's decided that she can't pay for the stump removal, so she wouldn't be contributing at all, ever. She was very blunt and off with me. I then suggested that we foot the entire bill to which she said 'and I'm not allowing access to my garden for them to dig it up'. She was so off with me, I tried to stay calm and advised her that without the stump removal it would be nigh on impossible to replant the hedge. She then went on a rant saying that we shouldn't have left her without a boundary - then to top it off said that the tree she arranged to have removed was actually ours because the roots are coming from our garden!! But she had it removed without even discussing it with us and now has made it impossible for us to remove it She says she is going to plant some conifers along her side of the boundary. At which point I kindof lost it...I honestly don't know what to do now. She is being a deliberately difficult old woman. I feel like we've been considerate at every step, we've hardly marched it to this property and started ripping it apart and causing her disruption. Part of me wants to say 'fuck you', tear the whole hedge down on that side and put up a 2 metre fence. What on earth should we do wise women of Mumsnet! Does anyone know about the legal side of these boundary issues
If you wanted to be a cow get solid panels in the bits you can see her property and cheaper more open fence elsewhere. She will therefore have to spend money securing those areas to keep her ddogs in... And refuse her permission to attach anything to your fence.. She will have to pay to her own up.. Lesson being if she hadn't been a dick she could have benefited from your fence... Now though why should she
Don't start a conflict with neighbours unnecessarily. You don't really want to be in your garden trying to relax and have someone a few feet away feeling grumpy at you. As @Saz12 says from her POV it may look like you are the unreasonable one. It doesn't really matter. The big issue is do you really need to remove the stump from her land (and ask her to pay for it) to plant your hedge. If there's any way round that do that - if you can chainsaw through the roots on your land etc that's a much better solution. She can deal with the stump in her own time if she wants to.
Cutting the roots with a chain saw is a good idea. You don't have to remove all the roots or the stump. Make peace with your neighbour and suggest banging numerous copper nails into the stump to kill it off (otherwise it will send up loads of shoots in the spring) and say you'll go ahead with providing a new boundary hedge. If you say you don't want to cause her further expense, that will hopefully pacify her and means you get a hedge of your choice, not hers. The old soil will be depleted of nutrients so add plenty of manure and fertilizer when replanting. Your neighbour is probably just as upset as you are over this so if you can patch things up, it will make everyone happier. I can see it from her point of view, she was probably happy as things were and you've upset the balance as far as she's concerned.
Thank you so much for your measured, calm response.I probably do need to patch things up at some point. When I've calmed down. Interestingly the reason I told my husband to talk to her about it in the first place is that she's always seemed a bit 'off' with me but seems so much nicer to him.
I'd tell her to go fuck herself. She doesn't get to dictate what you do with your boundary. I'd cut the stump to the boundary, leaving hers on ger side to deal with then put in the biggest fence allowed. Ugly as fuck. And ugliest side facing her. Then plant a lovely hedge to cover it on your side Make sure you give her a lovely nice as pie smile every time you see her, from then on too.
'bitch. elderly neighbour probs late 60s. She is being a deliberately difficult old woman. She seems like such a vindictive witch.'Ageist and misogynistic.Describing the woman like this isn't doing you any favours,and late 60s is not elderly. There are plenty of contributors to this site in their 60s.
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