In the coming days, our life long neighbors will move away. Already, they’re prepping the house for the next family that will live there. We’ve been through this before and it’s tough.

We have always valued and treasured our neighbors and they seem to have valued us.

We weren’t in our lives on a daily basis, but when it mattered we were there for one another. Some argue that good fences make good neighbors.

Maybe that’s true for some. But on Miles Street, good neighbors make good neighbors. We treasure the memories and we miss and will miss our neighbors-our friends.

Celia Perez Orozco

Rosenberg

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