When I told dad I wanted to be an Heating and A/C specialist, he simply asked why.
I told him I had been talking to many men I went to school with and they had become Heating and A/C specialists.
They made it sound like it was a great job. They got great pay, had time off, and paid vacation and paid sick leave from the start. They even had paid personal days off, to use during the off season. My dad laughed and told me there were no off-seasons when you worked in Heating and A/C. He asked me if I had other reasons for being an Heating and A/C specialist, other than for monetary reasons. I looked at him, not sure what he wanted me to say. He asked if I thought I would make a nice Heating and A/C specialist? Not six months ago, I had wanted to be a lawyer. He said being an Heating and A/C specialist was a substantial step down from being a lawyer. I tried to tell him I was just throwing around jobs while waiting for the right one to pop up. I enjoyed the idea of being an Heating and A/C specialist. He asked me, if I had to supply one reason for wanting to be an Heating and A/C specialist, what would it be? I thought for a couple of minutes and answered him. I told him Heating and A/C promised job security. With global warming, a/c was going to become a necessity for nearly pretty much everyone. He offered to pay for me to go to school. I must have impressed him with my answer. He had never offered to pay for anything without expecting me to pay it back.
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