So, yeah we're moving to a new place in April. It's not gonna be a big cross country move or anything, just the next city over. Easy peasy yo.
I'm a definitely a little sad cause we're leaving a really great neighborhood with lots of privacy. On the plus side, the new place is a super nice apartment complex. Downside is there's pretty much little-to-no privacy because some of your walls are touching your neighbors.
So much for crazy loud sexy time, right?
Damn, I got off track...my point to this post was to ask you guys, when you move into a new neighborhood/apartment complex is it polite or weird to go around introducing yourself to your new surrounding neighbors?
The last time we moved it was our neighbors that initiated the intros. But considering I'll probably be seeing these new neighbors a lot more often then the others (as their door's like 6 feet from mine) I think I should at least say hello or maybe ring their doorbell & ditch some delicious cookies on their doorstep as I run back to my place.
What? I dont like meeting new people.
I found this idea on Pinterest (yes, that mofo's sucked me in, again) & it seems cute enough. To me it says, "Hi, I live here now, so if you see me coming out of that apartment it's not because I just stole their shit" and it's a little impersonal, which is cool with me. Truth is, I don't want to be their friend, I just want to wave & be on my way when I see them.
Give me feedback peeps.