Know Your Neighbors
Moving a lot, I have accustomed to different types of neighbors. In ways neighbors can influence our everyday life, our social life, and we never really thought they could. But they do. They become important to us. There are the good and the bad, although from my perspective there are three main types of neighbors. You have your nosy neighbors, your friendly neighbors, and then come the busy neighbors. We all those!
Nosy neighbors tend to be the ones you have to be extra careful with. Usually, they are the older people who live off of younger people and their events in life. However, nowadays they are mostly middle aged folks who like to be private and are quiet but like watching every move of the neighborhood. Nosy neighbors definitely show how they are not even ashamed of letting you know they know your business. You will notice it without being aware, that they are always standing on their porch or stare through windows – the curtain wide open and as you look the curtain is barely falling into place – its plain as day. Some are even brave enough where they haven’t even moved an inch even after you’ve seen them. Like, “I saw you, what are you going to do next?” At first, they will always come off as pleasant people to gain your trust, asking harmless questions about you, your family, your likes and dislikes, and the weather; until they get really deep with personal and unnecessary details of you and the rest of the neighborhood.
I have friendly neighbors; you can never go wrong with them. They greet sweetly, they help with the yard, and invite you over for gatherings. They are rare to come by. Some may not even know their neighbors exist. It is a must to know these types of neighbors; they are a heeling part of your social life. Living next to these humbly giving creatures, help to balance yourself and guide you to be a great neighbor yourself – let’s face it – most of us don’t want to be bothered at all. With friendly neighbors they slowly easy the sweet and neighborly duties out of you. Comfortable greetings, and...