My Foxtel Dilemma

I am in the depths of despair. Things were going really well for me. I moved out of home, I got promoted, and my health has been good. I don’t know why I decided to change things. You know the saying – if it’s not broken, don’t fix it. Why did I think I should go ahead and make changes to my life? Now I’m paying the consequences and I am so so sad about it. Everywhere I look I’m reminded about it as well. And it’s going to be like this for a long time until it gets better… I need Foxtel repairs as soon as possible.

To tie my sad rant together, I had been a Foxtel subscriber for many years. Partially due to cost and partly due to laziness, I let my Foxtel subscription lapse and began just relying on free to air television to keep me entertained. It was doing the job and I was happy not to rely on something that I needed to pay for every day. I also liked using less electricity by not having another appliance plugged in. I’m not sure if my logic makes sense, but everything was going well and I was happy.

It wasn’t until I spoke to someone who really likes Foxtel that I started to doubt my decision. They filled my mind with concerns that I’d never be able to watch Foxtel again if I didn’t plug my box back in and start watching. I obviously didn’t like how definitive the whole concept was and so I plugged my Foxtel back in and that’s where things have gone wrong. I need to speak to a Foxtel cabling installation expert servicing Melbourne as soon as possible. I’ve left them a message on their voicemail and I’m waiting to hear back from them. I’m hoping I’ll be able to have them come to my house for free as a long-standing Foxtel customer, but you know how these things are… it doesn’t always work out that way.