Violated condo rules but staff was super-nice: anything to do other than apologize and thank them for being so gracious?
Today I invited some friends over to have a drink on my condominium building’s roof deck. It’s a large high rise building.
As soon as we sat down, a building employee came out to us, took me aside, apologized and said that nonresidents weren’t allowed.
I apologized to him and to my friends and we immediately left. We went to a neighborhood place, got takeout and ate in a park. It was fine.
When I got home the building staff apologized to me. I told them that I was the one at fault and told them that I should have checked and that I apologized for the inconvenience to them. I thanked them for letting me know of the rule and for being so gracious.
Anything more to do here? I want to be the staff’s favorite resident, as the staff here is wonderful. I like them and love the building.
- LiverGirl98Lv 71 month agoFavorite Answer
You have apologized for your misstep and no harm has come as a result of what happened. Continue to live your life. No need for further apologies.
- linkus86Lv 71 month ago
Gifts are nice to receive
- Anonymous1 month ago
If I were you, I'd wait until Christmas (it will come soon!) and make a nice assortment of goodies for them. Give it to them early, so they're not already on food overload. Everyone loves this, and you could include a small thank you note telling them how much you appreciate them.
- PearlLv 71 month ago
if you already apologized i wouldnt worry about it