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Old Yesterday, 09:33 AM
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I am not happy with the services where I live

I will be less happy with the services where we are moving


But such is life. Can't have it all
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I'm delighted with the services in my new town. I have a wonderful PCP and I love my cardiologist, especially as he saved my life last year! I went to the guy who trained my dentist for over 30 years, so I feel just as comfortable with his replacement (and he's just as nice and competent as well.) I haven't tried the car dealerships here yet, but both vehicles have extended warranties so I don't expect any problems. My new vet is actually one I used 20 years ago, and is only two minutes from my house. They have very good staff and I like them a lot. This is a college and a historic tourist town so tradespeople are generally extremely friendly and polite. I especially like the people at Wegmans; they're just always helpful and nice, but even the people at WalMart are pleasant as well. This is still the South, and people in general are friendly and helpful, especially to old ladies like me. The city office clerks are very nice, and I really am enjoying the greatly reduced rates for water and sewer here as opposed to my previous county, which was outrageous. I was concerned about moving to a city environment, but I really enjoy the convenience of going to a store in 5 minutes instead of a 45 minute drive, and having the hospital really close in case of another emergency.
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