Good Advice from Where You Least Expect It
When my girlfriend of five years told me that she had been seeing a aries horoscope psychic to help her make decisions, I nearly broke up with her right then and there. The readers of this blog might understand where I am coming from; I have always stood strong and resistant against fraudulent claims. I loathe the idea of something taking advantage of anyone else, especially so the people that I love and care for. I especially dislike people who fall for those tricks, even if they are the people that I love. And yet, there was some reverent tone in her voice that told me she truly and well believed in this individual.
I decided to meet her for myself.
It’s the American dream to find reliable Internet service that doesn’t reach steeply into their wallets. Rural customers are often left in the dark without broadband Internet access due to a lack of a digital infrastructure. It can be costly to dig, lay and bury the lines necessary to deliver access to both cable television and digital Internet. Even cheaper Hughes Net prices will inevitably carry a high cost initially. With low populations in most rural communities the service providers have deemed it unprofitable to build the necessary network leaving individual residents to pay for the costs of establishing a line to the home. Is this fair? I’m on the fence about the subject.
I believe that all people deserve to have convenient access to the web. It’s too important of a modern utility to deny poor or rural family with the same advantages that the rest of the nation has at their disposal. With online classes becoming more popular and even free universities establishing a name for themselves with quality educational content, being able to learn a trade such as programming is becoming easier than it ever has. We haven’t yet done away with diplomas but students can attain a certificate of completion in their chosen class for a variety of useful computer skills.
This can open so many doors for those who are hindered by poor education access. Rural communities can often struggle with funding their schools with modern facilities and books. Children are left behind due to a simple lack of money which can limit their personal options as they grow older. Many choose not to continue on to college. A community is successful only when new ideas are introduced to it but without encouragement to take chances or to even educate themselves further there will be little progress made.
I am a single mother raising two teenage girls. They are 15 year old twins. They are eerily similar in so many ways, but they are distinctively different as well. They share an amazing bond, yet they are their own individual persons too. That is why I have always wanted them to have their own bedrooms, which has not always been possible. When we were forced to move so I could take on a new job, I really hoped that I would be able to find three bedroom apartments in Hattiesburg Mississippi.
I went online and did a search just for that alone, and I was really surprised with one of the results. I figured if I was able to find a three bedroom apartment, that the rooms would be small and the girls would still need to share a bathroom. I absolutely was not expecting to find the three bedroom apartment with three bathrooms that I did. If that was not perfect enough, the apartment also has a large living and dining room, an amazing kitchen, a huge patio, more storage than we have ever had, and it even has a washer and dryer as well.
I thought that I would need to pinch myself to make sure that I was not dreaming about this. My bedroom even has a walk in closet. That is something I thought the girls would want too, but they are so happy that they each have their very own bathroom. Also, the closets in their room are not shabby, which helps. The patio is right off the living room, and each girl has a bedroom on either side of the living room. This helps them so much since they are right across the room from one another but still have their own personal space too. Moving is usually hard, but we were all looking forward to it this time!
After my divorce I had to start over with everything, from getting the electricity in my new, to finding a new cable television provider. I had heard of Cox Cable through a friend, so I went online and did a Google search for Cox cable TV. There are lots of little things you tend to forget that you need when you are one half of a couple. So when I got divorced I just started making a list and having a good cable provider was right up there at the top of my list. I am a huge football fan, so I wanted to find a place that I could get a great sports package, so I wouldn’t miss any of my football games. Plus I usually have a huge Super Bowl party each January and I wanted to make sure I had great reception for that.
In the past I had satellite television and was not as happy as I thought I should be with the service provider. I am not sure it is with all satellite television, but every time it rained a little I would lose all television for hours at a time. This could not happen if I was in the middle of a football game. When I found your website, I was able to see that you offered the perfect sports packages. Not only did you have a football package, but you also had a baseball package, my second favorite sport. Since I am single I think I will have a few parties to have some of my other single friends over and having a great place to watch movies or sports is always a plus. Most of all I was very happy with the pricing. Some providers were scaring me when I would call and ask for a quote, and they would say they would have to get back with me. In the end I love my provider and glad I found them.