Hey, thanks for stopping by my blog. I’m Jeremiah.
The overall subject of this blog is going to be transitions. I may veer off course occasionally, but that’s the overarching theme. Most of the articles will fall under that same theme although there will probably be subcategories.
You may wonder about the domain name I chose: 4pcsatellitetv.com.
I’ll have to be honest with you, I really didn’t care what kind of domain name I found. I was not all obsessed with finding something that would actually make sense with my blog, and I was just looking for a good domain name that was strong, didn’t have any Google dings against it, and that was clean.
I found this domain name and it satisfied all of those criteria, so I just grabbed it and went with it. So don’t try to read anything special into the domain name because that will just be a waste of your time, LOL. It is what it is. It doesn’t mean anything special.
So about transitions. Our lives are full of transitions and they occur for all of us at various points of our years. Some transitions we expect and we know are coming and we prepare for them. Other ones we expect and we know they’re coming and we don’t prepare for them. Other ones we don’t expect and we don’t know are coming and we don’t prepare for them.
You can have transitions that are normal life transitions that occur while you are growing up and progressing through adulthood.
The transitions can be when you are a kid and you transition from preschool to kindergarten, and then to grade school, and then to high school and so forth. You can have transitions as a kid from one particular growth stage of life to the next.
You can have transitions as an adult from being a young adult transitioning into being part of the adult workforce, transitioning into retirement.
As an adult, you can also have transitions related to your social and marital status.
You can be a single who transitions into life in a relationship. You can transition from a temporary relationship into a permanent relationship like a marriage. You can then transition from marriage with your spouse to marriage and kids.
You can transition from married with kids into an empty nest scenario and then into a retirement scenario and then into even a nursing home scenario where are you may be without the spouse that you have lived with for a long time.
There are other kinds of transitions that occur also. There can be occupational transitions that necessitate a geographical move. The move is itself a transition from one house or apartment to another house or apartment.
Accompanying the physical transition is an emotional transition—adjusting to the new surroundings. Dealing with finding new friends. Becoming acquainted with the neighborhood. Identifying new service providers.
We’ll explore all of these various transitions through the coming blog articles.
Thanks for stopping by and I hope you enjoy the read.