Martin D. Goodkin


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Home & Garden > Maybe They Will Keep the Mistake?!?!

Maybe They Will Keep the Mistake?!?!

They have almost finished painting the outsides of the buildings. They haven't put up the building letters nor the apartment numbers so the poor folks from UPS, Fedex, Prime video and others making deliveries can be standing in the driveways with a puzzled look on their faces but, hopefully, that will be rectified soon--the numbers, letters and puzzled looks! The main thing is all the buildings look the same--drab! We have talked--foolishly as we know they won't--about suggesting they add some color to the place, like painting a hibiscus flower on one building, a rainbow on another, blue sky on one, etc. Hey we may be old but we still have imaginations! In any case when I came home yesterday I saw the blue stripe on building N (I think) catching my eye immediately and I thought wouldn't it be great if each building had a different colored stripe?? Heck if they want us all uniform they can do just that by making each resident wear clothes the same color of their stripe!! OKay, the latter is a little far fetched but the stripe is small and eye-catching and all I can do is tell the office to keep it!!

posted on May 1, 2019 12:55 PM ()


comment by elderjane on May 2, 2019 4:22 AM ()
No, they won't change a thing. Their most favorite word is UNIFORM!!
comment by greatmartin on May 1, 2019 3:23 PM ()
comment by jerms on May 1, 2019 2:01 PM ()
I love your idea of differentiating the buildings with a sole symbol like a flower. They should do that. I can imagine residents voting on a symbol, then if they won't paint it somewhere, you could wear it.
comment by drmaus on May 1, 2019 1:19 PM ()

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