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    Mother is in hospital today with a third suspected heart attack. The SC*M next door knows this fact as they saw her being taking away in the ambulance. Despite this, they still don’t leave us alone.



    For the last 2 hours they have been hammering away and all we can hear is the constant lumping, banging, and crashing of heavy tools slamming into the walls.



    We cant escape the house either as they have blocked my car in.



    What sort of evil mindless SC*M are these people?



    People like this deserve to be shot - not worthy of life in my opinion.



    :sad:



    Peter J.

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    peter

    I am so sorry to hear about your mum, I hope that she soon recovers :flowers:



    I hope that next door grow some manners and shut up for a bit :angry:

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    • #3
      Hi Peter,



      Sorry to hear that That is the pits, I agree - they know you will be feeling a bit more 'raw' about things too.



      Can you get out for a while? The weather isn't too bad, get yourself outside and away from the house if you can.



      Where are you with them at the moment on the 'communication' levels? Are you still approaching them and advising them about their nuisance or not at the mo? Gawd this lot have had time now to completely rebuild their place by now - what ON EARTH are they up to this time?!



      I hope your mum has a quick recovery and you can all stay as relaxed as possible too.

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      • #4
        How low can they go? Obviously lower than a snake's belly :angry:



        What kind of people are they, without any normal human empathy, to carry on as they do?



        I hope your mum recovers quickly, Peter, although I can't see her getting much rest at home with those unsympathetic, ignorant, ego centric excuses for humanity living next door



        Grrr, I get so angry when I hear stories like this :angry:



        Take care Peter



        Misty
        "Almost anything you do will seem insignificant, but it is very important that you do it. You must be the change that you wish to see in the world." Gandhi

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        • #5
          Thanks,



          Well we managed to 'escape' the house soon after I posted so that was good. But coming back at 5.00pm and still the hammering goes on! The whole duration of these house improvements has effectively lasted 4 years and counting. Every conceivable section of the house has been altered, then changed then changed again.



          And so on it goes...



          Unlike normal people, playing with the kids, reading a book, attending the garden or watching TV after work is just out of the question. His offensive lifestyle is his hobby!



          On talking terms. well that ok on the surface. But the past has shown they listen but just eventually ignore us - so we don’t bother wasting our time. All I can manage if they say hello is a grunt.



          No, the only solution is for us to get out when necessary (or for aliens to kidnap their whole family one day).



          Looking forward to 'escaping' again tonight. A nice relaxing trip the coast is good, luckily the nearest stretch being only 16 miles away - thank goodness!!!



          Peter J.

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          • #6
            Oh yeah, back in 2000 I got my hands on 2 brand new credit cards and had seperate weeks away in Skegness. Waking up in a foreign place, nice bed, peace - and a BEACH across the road, in the sun! Wuhoo! Best times I ever have are there. Walk from the pier to Ingoldmells, if anyone ever gets the chance. So relaxing.

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            • #7
              Hi all,



              Just wanted to update you on mum's condition at the hospital. She is doing well and currently having daily injections into her stomach to help counteract any reoccurrence of the condition. The heart specialist is keeping her there for another few days for a procedure know as a angiogram. This shows the degree of arterial blockage around the heart and will help decide the next step for any further treatment.



              On the neighbor front, well, keeping us awake at 1.00 am then at 4.30 am with stomping on the stairs and slamming doors hasn't helped us sleep much. On a positive note though, the good neighbors we have in this area (yes there are some!) came around this morning with messages of best wishes and some flowers to pass on.



              It's reassuring to know there are still some decent people in this world.



              Peter J.

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              • #8
                Hi Peter,



                Good news about your mum I hope things go well for her and she's soon back on her feet



                Pleased to hear your nice neighbours are around I wish everybody's neighbours could be nice, there are many more nice people around than nasty. It's just such a shame that you find yourself living next to the latter



                Take care, we'll be thinking of you and your mum



                Misty
                "Almost anything you do will seem insignificant, but it is very important that you do it. You must be the change that you wish to see in the world." Gandhi

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                • #9
                  Hi Peter



                  So sorry to hear about your mum, but glad that she's doing better. Hope the angiogram goes OK.



                  I bet you feel like this :banghead: with your nfh, or screaming "give it a rest for goodness (or some other word) sake" :angry:



                  They are just so inconsiderate.

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                  • #10
                    Really, so sorry to hear about your mum Pete. Those angiograms are no walks in the park, they are painful although necessary.



                    When NFH finds things like this out it somehow goads them on to even more acts of nastiness. I don't think that even I can define this type of behaviour - well actually I could but predictably, it would involve a few choice words.



                    The break to the coast will do you the power of good.



                    Theres always something about the sea that just recharges your soul and makes you feel better because of it.

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                    • #11
                      Hi Peter



                      Really sorry to hear about your Mum...I hope she recovers quickly



                      Your NFH need shooting!!! :badmood: :ban: :nfh1:



                      Keep your chin up and best wishes to your Mum



                      Tri

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                      • #12
                        Hi Peter,



                        I hope your Mum recovers fast.

                        Those NFH need a good kick in the backside.

                        They sound like nasty, evil people.

                        I hope they get what they deserve in the end.



                        Melanie :ban:

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                        • #13
                          Hey Peter



                          Thanks for the update - glad your mum is doing OK. It's nice too, to hear that some of your neighbours are decent too - very re-assuring like you say



                          Let us know what happens.

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                          • #14
                            Hi all,



                            Thank you so much for your kind words.



                            I have mentioned to my mother your best wishes from this group.







                            All the best,



                            Peter J.

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                            • #15
                              Hi Peter



                              Just a few words to say hope your mum is recovering well...take care of yourselves, and keep in touch.



                              Sapph

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