My landlord has been taking my mail. Listening to my conversations. She even went as far as throwing "things" (in this case, cigarette butts and leaves--yes I reported this to the police) into the front seat of my car when the window was opened a crack. I know she has "problems" and I have no animosity towards her. But I know that my standing up to her "oddities" is one of the reasons why she does these things. And this is only scratching the surface--listing all the stories would take much more time then they are worth.
Today I am missing three specific pieces of mail that I know I should have received by now. I went around earlier to ask her about the mail: she wasn't in her shop so I left a note to please leave these letters in my mail box. If I hear her there later I will go back around and ask again. If I dont get to ask her again tomorrow, I am going to the postmaster. F*ing with my mail. This takes the cake.
For example on NOVEMBER 11, my aunt sent me a card with a christmas check in it. ON JANUARY 11, landlord came out when I was going to my car and said "Hey I have letter that got mixed up in my mail. One of my employees opened it and then it got misplaced. Maybe I can find it again wait a minute" When she came back with a crumpled card in an envolope, I have to ask WHY DIDNT YOU PUT IT IN MY BOX? "Well you werent home or didnt answer the door" UM THAT DOESNT ANSWER MY QUESTION ---IF YOU HAD JUST PUT IT IN MY MAILBOX WHEN YOU FIRST GOT IT -- YOU WOULDNT HAVE 'MISPLACED' IT. (MORON!!)
I need to get out of here. That has been established. But with no job at the moment I dont have many options. Spring time IS coming, even though we have mountains of snow. SO this is a good time to find a living/employment situation that is better suited to me. I need three specific things in a living space: two bedrooms, a yard area, and space for my cats. I am a responsible person, I have lived on my own for 20+ years, so I know how to take care of a household. I am a responsible pet owner: my cats are healthy (though three of them are aged) and clean. As for work--I am hoping to find a farm that potentially has seperate living quarters where I can work for my room and board. I have been a member of a garden club for many years, I am not afraid of heavy, hard, or dirty work. I also am Emergency Medical Technician and CPR Certified (my new CPR card is one of the mailed items I am missing!).
SO if any of you out there know of anyone who has such a situation, on a farm with lots of nice outbuildings and work to be done, I am interested. Please spread the word.