Learning the ropes of an HOA

There is a great expression in our modern vernacular – “let no good deed go unpunished.”  As I have written many times, I truly love my neighborhood. One of the biggest changes I have to acclimate to every time I travel elsewhere, or return to our native state, is that no one waves.  I wave to everyone who passes my house, whether I know them or not. And, most of the time, people wave back. Sometimes people are just too busy talking on the phone, yelling at their kids, or generally not paying attention and that’s fine, too.     Read the article……………


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