Rejection people. That's what I'm feeling.
So anyway, we got home Sunday afternoon and our landlord was in our kitchen repairing a shelf or something and he was all weird and stuff to us. He was being all weird and evasive so eventually the band asked him what he was trying to say. More weird evasiveness. So the band said "are you saying you want us to leave?" and yes was the gist of his weird and evasive answer.
EVICTION - it's an uuuurgly thing.
So his reasons are - you guessed it - weird and evasive. He said that he doesn't like our dogs barking at him on his own property. Now you guys know full well that I am not the biggest fan of The Mutts, but come on. If you let yourself into our house while we are not there and without our permission then you can be damn sure they are going to bark at you! That is the only time he really sees them and quite frankly what is he doing at our place anyway? They are doing their job. Ironically I have to walk past the landlord's son's house every day and they have a bluddy sausage dog who yaps and yaps and yaps and yaps all the livelong day and goes for my ankles. A real live stoepkakkertjie that one.
Anyway so we have 2 months to find a place. EISH!!!
Maybe it's time to buy.... we qualify for a teeny bond, but you have to start somewhere... right?? Finding a place to rent with dogs is not easy and I'm so tired of renting. I want my own home. I want to nest, you know?
Anyway, it's very awful - we don't even want to be at our place now coz we feel unwanted and unwelcome.
BUT I am looking on the bright side - even though our place was in the most beautiful setting and had a gorgeous view - the positive side is that:
- No more thatch = no more dust all over
- No more thatch = no more gigantic human stalking spiders *shudder*
- No more awful bathroom (rubber floors and GOLD gilded taps)
- No more awful ceramic ice cold bath