You would be surprised how much your life will change when you have children.
I guess that’s a pretty common sense assertion to make. However, it has been extremely shocking to me to realize how many changes I have been willing to make for the sake of these little kids. My wife and I got pregnant about 5 years ago and life has been a roller coaster ever since. I have to say, I’m very glad that I am a professional heating, cooling, and air quality control technician for the sake of supporting my family. I never know when there will be an emergency cost thanks to my accident-prone children. Additionally, being a heating and cooling technician allows me to establish positive relationships with my children’s teachers, apparently. You see, a few weeks ago my daughter had a bring your parents to school day in her class. I attended in order to talk about my career as an air quality control specialist. I wanted to tell the kids about the importance of high-quality indoor air, air temperature control, and HVAC maintenance. I know they’re too young to understand air quality issues, but I think it’s a good idea to start planting seeds early on. However, when I arrived in the classroom it was obvious that there was an air quality disaster going on. I could barely breathe and it felt like there was no circulation in the space. When I asked the teacher about the low quality indoor air, she let out an exasperated sigh and said the HVAC system was broken. Rather than presenting my heating and cooling lecture to the class, I let them watch as I quickly repaired the HVAC system. Might have created some future HVAC techs that day.