I love my parents, but at times I feel they love making life tough for themselves. They are the sort of people who never throw anything out. My parents will only get rid of an appliance is an expert says there is no way to fix it. Otherwise, they’d rather pay lots of repair bills than upgrade an aging appliance. As a kid, I always had to struggle to get up-to-date things. Most of my clothes were hand-me-downs from my older siblings, even my toys and bike had belonged to them. This went on until I started laboring and could hot currency to buy myself what I wantedâ€¦ Now as an adult, not much has changed with my parents. I spoke with them Last weekand knew the A/C was giving them a tough time. Mom was fanning herself and dad looked so hot. Both of us have this ancient A/C component that has been in that beach house for almost 2 decades. They’ve taken wonderful care of the component and have an A/C professional repair it every year. But, there’s only so long such a component can last before needing a upgradement. Eventually, my parents had to disclose the A/C was no longer serving their needs. The last A/C professional they called to the beach house said there was no need to charge them for more repairs. It was time to transport into up-to-date times and get an energy efficient A/C unit. My parents complained about the cost of such units being too high, but I wasn’t concerned because I knew they could afford it, and plus, my siblings and I are always willing to lend a hand whenever they need us to do so.