About 10 years ago I met and married the man of my dreams.
I thought that we were going to be together from the day that we first met each other.
It seems like he was inside of my head and could almost read my thoughts before I even have them. I was so head over heels for him and that I learned everything about him every day we were together. This included everything having to do with his profession heating, cooling, and ventilation specialists for a local heating and cooling repair shop. I never had a big interest in indoor air quality and temperature control devices, myself. However, I was interested in him and my husband talks about central heating and cooling systems all the time. Of course, our marriage didn’t last. He was more in love with his career as an air conditioning and furnace repairman then being my husband. Years on the road it’s difficult not to be bitter… But the money that I’m making from his heating and cooling expertise definitely helps. Since we broke up I randomly decided to share my heating and cooling knowledge online. People responded very well to it and I started my own heating, cooling, and ventilation podcast. For the past three years I have been talking about indoor air handling control devices and offering advice to local heating and cooling customers. I never would have thought that I would become a heating and cooling worker. However, I also never realized that divorce was an option for my hot and cold husband.