I wasn’t having much luck with my business back home.
- I knew I had a good product, but the demand was quite low.
My dad informed me I needed a bigger market, so I began planning my move to the city. My goal was to find a small studio apartment that would become my home and base of operation. About a month into my plans, my aunt, who lives in the city, called me. She was pretty mad at me for planning to move to her area, and I didn’t call to inform her. She heard the news from mom. My aunt refuted my stance on living in a small place and said she had all the rooms I’d need in her home. I felt a little guilty, but she admonished me, saying nothing was embarrassing about taking help when it’s offered to me. Finally, I gave in and agreed to move in with her. The house was excellent and had one of the best AC units I’d ever seen. My aunt told me she never wanted to compromise on air conditioning since she was afraid of heat or cold weather. The AC unit kept the home lovely all year round, plus she had a great AC service plan from an HVAC company in the city. A few days later, an AC maintenance plan pulled up at her home, and an AC professional rang the door. He’d come to do the annual maintenance before winter. As he was working, my aunt informed him she’d heard about something called a HEPA filter and wanted to know if it was better for her system.