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Living Simple

Updated on May 15, 2012

Some days I take for granted what I have and I don't always know it.

However I have learned that the past 3 days how much I have forgotten what it was like living without the technology of cell phones and internet. I moved three days ago from my little community where my family and I have lived for the last four years back out to the country where there is no signal for the cell phone unless you walk to the highway and stand in the middle of it and internet well it is Thankful that I even got it..LOL

It was nice to see I could survive without it while we never were much for T.V. my computer is a whole other story. This move is a huge adjustment for us all my daughter has never really had the oppritunity to be around many animals now is surrounded by dog, goat, pigs, and horses.

What are the Pros and Cons to the move we just made? Well Pro my kids have plenty of room to run and play. Con smaller house. Pro no neighbors right on top of us so it's peaceful. Con never know what or who is around your house, but all in all the Pros out weigh the Cons. We have a roof over our head, food in our belly and clothes on our backs.

It can't get any better than that.

my family and I
my family and I | Source

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      vespawoolf 5 years ago from Peru, South America

      There is something to be said about simple living! We live in less of a rat race here in Peru, although we do have internet and cell phones. The pace of life is slower which we like. Congratulations to your family for making the move!