I don't think your the problem, I'll bet his wife got more than transferred
to Texas for 18 months. Do you have a new Mail Man? are the UPS deliveries
shorter? have the home apliances quiet breaking so often? So it's most
likley somthing else your just the whipping stone.
On 03 Jun 2006 13:21:32 GMT, "badgolferman"
This is hard to grasp. Why so much angst over a dead bush? You'd
think that the MIL would have given them other things that he could
venerate. Thank your lucky stars she didn't give them a horse! You
could give him some ashes in a jar and tell him you had the bush
Anyway, it sounds like he's distraught over something else in his life
and close to a breakdown. I agree with the others; back off and see
if he calms down. BTW, did you ask the daughter why the father was so
Lead me not into temptation... I can find it myself!
No, I have kept my distance. However I don't avoid being outside if he
is around. Personally I think he realizes he over reacted and is too
embarrassed to admit to it. Hopefully the day will come when it's
subsided a bit.
Perhaps. I had a run in with somebody some years back. One day she sat
down with me at lunch as though nothing ever happened. Neither of us
mentioned it again and we've been good friends for the past ten years now.
We have a guy on our street who is a Registered Sexual Predator,
he spent time in jail for molesting his child.
He acts exactly like the man you describe.
Your neighbor has 3 daughters and you wrote about him:
" He avoids me whenever I pull into the driveway and
pulls his young child inside the house when my children are outside.
He used to hang outside constantly and socialize with neighbors.."
Usually a person hiding themselves and their children from
interaction with the neighbors means they're hiding something.
Does he also keep the curtains/blinds/shades closed up, even
in the daytime?
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