Mike - I'm concerned for your eternal soul. You know the sort of diabolical shenanigans that are involved in HOA meetings! OTOH, I lived at the Hamilton, which was like a daytime soap opera in a classy retirement home. Complete with one very evil opera chorus diva... Beware Ric Cascio types... he'd light a fire at your doorstep! Remind me to tell you about how he ruined the plumbing at the SF opera house... by flushing dozens of wigs, and saying he'd misplaced them. He liked his spiky bleached look, you see.
I'm starting a novena posthaste, as soon as I decide on an appropriate saint.
My few years as a member of an HOA made me happy to become a renter again. I will say that you little condo community looks lovely, while I despised my little suburban nightmare. "It's a good investment." Prayers are with you.
Do you get to vote anyone off the island? *rubs hands in evil glee*
Dear momo: It would be our greatest wish, since there are a couple of characters who are transparently evil and greedy. But alas, that is not how HOA's work.And thank you, Jon, Patrick and Reechard for your prayers. I'm going to need them.
As intercessor saint, might I suggest either Joseph (patron saint of social justice) or Aedh Mac Bricc/Teresa of Avila (patron saints of headache sufferers)?
Better call the fire department on that last shot!
I will pray indeed. Oh gosh ... does it never end?
Dear Michael,I'm just traveling back in time to look at some nice photos of Palm Springs - instead of the hot car drive etc. In case you get this in present time; my trip to Oakland evaporated. Maybe another time.Heidi
Pity the poor woman who's being targeted by Ric Cascio right now. She found my comment above and contacted me... I reassured her (?!!) that yes it really is that bad (!???) but stopped short of offering to testify in courtWhich I would in a heartbeat do you hear me Ric?
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