Happy to be gone

It's pretty sad to say that I am happy to leave Sunnyside. We have purchased a new home in Yakima and we are trying to rent our home in Sunnyside.

We received a call from a woman on Sunday, and she stated that she was interested in our house. We told her all that she needed to know about rent, etc.

The next thing I know, my daughter is calling me saying people are going through our things in the garage, things we hadn't taken from there yet. I called the police and they made the woman remove all the things from her car. She told the police that my husband told her she could CLEAN up around the place if she was interested in renting and that we would reduce her rent.

Well, if that were the case, why would she remove things like all of my planters and my big wishing well? Wouldn't you want to keep those things there to help keep the lot nice and looking pretty?

It's really sad that people can do things like that and nothing happens to them.

Yes, she's gone from my home and lot, but now I have to repot all the planters and erect the wishing well to its original place, and clean up the horrible mess that she and three others made. I can't believe that she and the others can do this in broad daylight and not care a bit.

It's sad to say that after 15 years in Sunnyside I am happy about leaving. This woman is the reason.

/s/ Gail Nehls, Yakima


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