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Is she intrusive or am I territorial?

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We gave my MIL a key because she offered to let our dogs out during the day of need be.

She stopped by yesterday, let our dogs out and had a lengthy conversation with our neighbor.

She then texted after, telling me-
I met your neighbor Stephanie. She has a 15 month old. She's a stay at home Mom. Husband works in Tacoma. She's interested in the play set in your back yard.

All I could think was, that's my neighbor, why are you walking across the street having conversations with my neighbors offering up our used play set.

No more key. Am I the only one who thinks this is, if anything, a social violation?

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  1. Whoever's Avatar
    I hope you told this neighbor and MIL that you were NOT giving your playset to anyone and that MIL greatly overstepped her boundaries.

    I'd put MIL in a TO. Change your locks because MIL probably made a copy of the key for herself.

    Whoever
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