Thursday, June 26, 2014

When workers came to my balcony


Looking back at this now I can only smile to myself and even chuckle. To me it was very funny and even my mom had a laugh, so excuse me if someone does not find this episode a bit humorous.

First off, I did not even know that they were on my balcony and here I was strolling into my room after having taken my morning shower. The curtains were open as always and I would hasten to tell you that they are always left open because my condo is situated in such a way that there are no buildings close enough with windows for anyone to spy on me.

So back to my story of the day. I came strolling into my room all wrapped in my bath towel and then I heard them. They were talking and laughing and I could tell that they had probably not seen me as yet and how did I know this? I could be wrong but they did not sound close enough. Just imagine my horror and you guessed it! It could happen to anyone, sighted or not. I turned quickly and proceeded to scamper towards my bathroom. The towel began to slip and soon enough it was almost all off of my body. I shrieked as I entered my bathroom and hurriedly shut the door. Good thing I had some clothes hanging at the back of my door or else I would have had to wait until I heard them go.

The thing about living in a condo is that you have to make sure that you receive and read all of those very informative notices from the management office telling you when workers are supposed to be on your balcony.

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