Thanks for the post from Sylvester Campbell
My wife grew up in a large city and has always considered herself to be a “city girl”. I, on the other hand, grew up in probably one of the smallest towns. My parents would leave the doors unlocked with no fear. Everyone in the entire town knew one another and protected one another. It was a wonderful place to live. My wife wanted to move to Atlanta and in an effort to make her happy, I agreed. I never had Home Security ATL and was surprised to feel I needed it. However, I honestly felt I had to have it. I was scared when I would come home and would think someone might be in the house. I worried my wife would be home alone and someone would break into the house. I had all these feelings and fears that I had never experienced. I know most of these scenarios are unlikely, but I learned the most about big cities from television. In TV shows, it seems to happen all the time. I always say it is better to be safe than sorry.