Nothing I can do about it, their flat is opposite mine. In common with every else in the block, their windows are wide open and a storm is raging. Every couple of minutes I see another batch of handwritten papers blowing about.
Picking all the papers up you can find and returning them would be something to smile about, why not do something kind rather trying to convince yourself you feel sorry for someone's misfortune you are laughing at?
It is what it is Marjorie. We are finally getting a car tomorrow. Where we live there just aren't enough taxi's to go round. We have a set of six blocks of flats, mainly students in the other four. I think I could make a mint out of running them to Giant and back.
Good, a car will make a huge difference. DH usually has the car in KL - he needs it to get to work - but for a couple of months earlier in the summer I hired a car myself because the DCs had a lot going on. I was surprised how much I loved it, because I thought I was getting by OK with taxis and the LRT.