How funny to see MH's post up top and then the next post is "I don't like kumquats" hahahhhaaaa. Funny timing!
MH I hope the water clears out quickly, after it washes your neighbor away of course. We get flooding in the area every year, even here in the mountains, and sometimes it's flash flooding which is so dangerous. Be careful swimming out to collect all the horses!
We have a neighbor we dislike also. He's a crotchedy old man we call Mr. Wilson, he looks and acts like him from Dennis The Menace. They are constantly, and I mean constantly watching us and what we are doing, as if we do anything interesting back here. The funny thing is they try to spy and think we can't see them. Yep, ok, I definitely didn't see you shuffling your way to the door and creeping along the side of it and looking out. I can't see your silhouette there or anything. One day he threatened to call the law on me because my geese went into his yard. I told him to bring it on, I'll get even more geese. He has been nothing but a jerk to us since we've lived here. Our house was a foreclosure and was empty for years, so I'm sure he's just pissy because he liked it being empty. DH and I have fantasized about all the mean things we want to do to him, such as: launching large german shepherd turds into his yard so he gets a nice surprise when he mows, sneaking over in the dark and spraying all of his precious plants with roundup, carrying percy around at the end of the driveway (he screams bloody murder, deafening screams!) at 2 am (afterall, there is no sound ordinance in the county) piling a bunch of crap in our yard so when he sits on his back porch he has to look at it, and many other ideas which are too vile to mention. We obviously wouldn't really do these things, but it's fun to imagine if we did. I am disappointed that I missed him falling off of his riding mower, (which goes a max speed of like 1 mph...so nut sure how he even managed that one.) and the mower taking off by itself and going into the little creek.