My friend Lynda is a licensed physician and works at the Oncology Department (OD) in a private medical facility somewhere north. A few months ago, she transferred to Texas because of a job offer. Seems like it’s her “greener pastures” in her quest to become a well-known cancer specialist.
She was hesitant to move at first but during her first day in Houston, she knew all will be well. From the airport, she was fetched by her cousin who works as a veterinarian of a city zoo. They proceeded to the rented flat found in the center of the busy business district. Once inside, Lynda immediately felt the hospitality of her new companions. The other occupants, Sam and Dolly gave her warm embraces. They even have visual welcome signs for her. A late breakfast was served.
Their place was well kept. In one corner of the living room boxes were lined up which contain old stuff and non-functioning gadgets left behind by the previous roommate. These items will be collected by the Houston junk removal services. Lynda was happy to know that there is one company which could take care of removing junk materials from the home. Courteous crew with fast and efficient services – it’s the best arrangement for busy people to dispose of items which are not anymore needed in the house.
Right now, she’s already adjusted to her new life there. I’m happy for you Lynda. More success!