So we used to have these horrible neighbors who lived next door/above us. Among other things, they used to drop cigarette butts on our porch, and they used to constantly park in front of our garage so we couldn't get in or out without bothering them to move.
Finally, these neighbors moved out and a family with three children moved in. Despite having three little kids, they never ever bothered us once in the year they lived there.
This week, a new family is moving in to the apartment. They're in the process of moving in, and today when my husband came home at four, he noticed they had a truck parked in front of our garage. He didn't say anything to them, because I'm the one using the garage, and he figured they would move before I got home. But then when I got home at 6:30 with the kids, they were still parked in front of our garage. Despite the fact that there was ample free parking only feet away.
Granted, they are moving in and I suppose the garage right next to there was an easier place to park to move objects. And they did move as soon as I honked at them. But I still see this as a bad sign. Considering the garage belongs to us, shouldn't they have moved the heavier objects in right away, then freed up the spot?
What do you think? Was what they did rude? Am I overreacting because of our previous experience?