So, this tenant comes to me yesterday asking me something. I just looked at her and asked her to not speak to me and also don't ever bother my son again. She is the kind of person that doesn't know when to shut up. I repeated myself four times before she finally got the message: do NOT bother my son, ever again. The gall of a person to take someone else's kid and sit them down in a motherly fashion and then start making the outrageous statements she was making.
Whatever. I found a good 10-day notice online and will be printing it up later today and yes, she will be getting it delivered right into her hand. She is not the type of person that can change - in other words, mind her own business, put a zip on the flapper and even attempt to act like a normal person. Not to mention the little tidbit about her only having enough money to be able to pay rent for 2 months. I wasn't informed of that little gem until after she moved in. The people that brought her over had paid for her first 2 weeks here and they made it appear they were going to continue to pay her way.
As for the other room, is rented out and paid for until the 1st. However, the man hasn't shown up. He said he was going to move in Monday. I, uhhh, have nothing I can do but wait. If he doesn't show up by Monday, start the rental process all over again. No notices or court action necessary for a person that has never moved into your house, lol.
The circus that is currently called the 112th Congress rages on. First, of course, is Obama's proposal that we spend another half a trillion dollars of money that we don't have to "create jobs". His modus operandi is to spew these proposals out and then run for cover, acting like he's just another person on the outside looking in. Then there's this possibility of another government shutdown. When we get rid of this President next November, perhaps the appearance of a carnival with clowns will go away and we will get a real leader in there. Until then, I don't expect anything to change.
Well, new schedule and changed morning routine, taking a bit of getting used to. Anyway, I'm off to work.