I Had No Regrets Moving
Saturday, February 20, 2010
My brother and I bought a parcel of land south of Manila so we could have a vacation home for our folks. This region had lush greens, plantations of pineapple, jack fruit and coffee all around so it was quite a sight to behold. I did not have that much appreciation with nature and stayed in the concrete jungle most of the time; because I feel the need to always hear cars passing by whenever I am at home. My Mom and Dad wanted peace and quiet which is the total opposite so we did succumb to parental pressure and got them their own pad in the outskirts of Manila. It is a 4 hour drive and there are no Los Angeles Moving Companies in the area so just imagine how hard it was to transfer their stuff in the beginning.
When I stayed in LA a few years back I had to move out of my folks house because I was already 18. Moving Companies Los Angeles was able to help me through this daunting task of getting my stuff out of the garage and into a new apartment a few hours away from our LA home. I knew my folks would not agree on it but I had to find my own job and place to live so I could train myself to be more independent. Everyone else was doing it and they turned out fine so I asked my self a couple of times why shouldn't I?! I went ahead and took the initiative to apply on every company I know in Silicon Valley so I could at least afford the place I rented since it is not a joke to have one in that area and I do not know how long my Dad was going to help a bit. I was thinking of having a roommate that time but I was worried about security. If I do not trust the person that much and only resort to have other people live with me it would be extremely awkward. They are not like Movers Los Angeles whom I entrusted to have my stuff to be moved. They even stayed off working hours just to make sure I have all my stuff accounted for. I was thinking if I could get one of my classmates from college to stay with me once I get to know them then it would be easier for me to adapt. USC was an opportunity so I immediately grabbed it when a scholarship was offered to me. My grades were not that bad when I was in high school and I scored ingeniously in their entrance exams and interview. That scholarship saved us a lot of money trouble before I garnered my Computer Engineering degree. Now I work for a multinational corporation that dealt with the best networking products in the whole world and I am glad I ended up so good in the end. Now I even got the chance to stay with my folks every now and then for a vacation. I really did not regret moving out then because just look at where it got me now.