“We can’t find a better way to paint the walls of the house”

A woman who found herself on the receiving end of a scathing letter from a neighbour who said the paint on her basement stairs was “out of control” is convinced that a simple paint job can fix it.

The woman who gave the letter, who wished to remain anonymous, said she was given the letter by a neighbour and was shocked to find that the paint was “abnormal”.

“I did the paint job.

I put a white strip of white paint on the walls to make them look like a staircase,” she said.

“When I was going up the stairs, it went off.

Then it just fell off.”

A woman who has been living in the same house for 20 years said she had no idea what was wrong with her neighbour’s staircase, and that a paint job would fix it up.

The woman said the neighbour, a woman who is the mother of her children, was in her kitchen and would walk up to her upstairs windows and “be like, ‘Where are you going?

Why are you painting my stairs?'”

The woman has been the subject of a number of letters, including one in January which called the paint “disgusting”.

She said she took the letter to her local building inspector, who told her that the stairs were “outdated” and that the painting should be removed.

The inspector agreed and painted the walls in “natural colours”.

The woman, who said she would now have to move to a different house if she could not fix the stairs “in a reasonable time”, said she could only assume that the inspector had been reading her letter because she was not the only one.

She is also concerned that she could be making a big deal out of a small matter.

It is not the first time the woman has found herself in a heated argument with her neighbours over a paint.

In January, the woman was the subject to a letter from her neighbour who had written: “I am not a dog, but I can understand how you have been so rude to me over the past 20 years.

I have a 7-year-old son and a 6-year old daughter, and the walls are always dirty and I am very unhappy that they are dirty.

We are just trying to live in harmony, and to be very careful with the paint.

I am not racist.”

She was not able to find the source of the letter but has since taken it to a building inspector to complain.

A building inspector said the stairs had been “outgrown” in recent years and had been repainted several times.

However, she said she did not think the woman should be fined.

When contacted, the neighbour said the woman’s painting was “normal” and said she believed she could repair it “if I was given a little bit of time”.

“You don’t have to go through all the trouble of it,” she added.

This article first appeared on The Times Of India