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Thursday, October 14, 2010

From Noisy to Quiet Neighborhood

More than two years ago, my family and I moved back to TX from VA due to hubby's work. And since we sold our first house, we have no choice but to live in a two bedroom apartment for a year and a half before purchasing a new house. Living in an apartment is a bit of adjustment to us; aside from living in a small space, the noise from upstairs neighbor is very hard to tolerate. Our patience was stretched as well as our understanding. Anyway, to cover the noise up, we would just turn down the volume of our television to see if they would cut up the noises they are making. It did help a little bit. thank goodness. Later on, we've old tenant moved out and new ones came in, that was a relief! After that, watching tvs is easier. We don't need to worry about noises for our new neighbors are very quiet and considerate people. It's been four months since we moved in to our new house, and so far we like it here. It is peaceful, quiet, safe, great community, nice neighbors and we are close to everything from school to shopping complex. We are even close to appliance store where we can shop for HD TV, or even a plasma tv.

1 comment:

  1. I know there will be many people on here that will make nasty comments about me and my decisions, and be advised I will report uneccessary mean comments.