I had accumulated almost sixty days’ worth of leave because I didn’t know how not to work.
After two years, however, I was forced to take my leave days.
My wife suggested I use my skill and financial ability to give back to society. The most recent natural disaster had left most people disheartened, and to put a smile on their faces, some of the HVAC repairmen and I decided to help with the HVAC maintenance in the shelters and individual homes. We provided free labor to the customers. When my bosses at the HVAC business got wind of what we were doing, they joined in to provide help with indoor comfort and set up a fundraiser to help families whose houses were destroyed by the disaster. Different local businesses provided quality HVACs at subsidized prices. The collective effort brought in more well-wishers, especially since the cold season was approaching. Even people who were not HVAC professionals joined the wagon and, in the process, learned more about heating since they were assisting in HVAC installation. The HVAC providers brought people joy and smile after the devastating disaster. In some homes, it was as simple as checking the ductless heat pump and replacing the air filters; others needed HVAC maintenance. There were extreme cases where the family had lost everything, including the house, which meant we had to install new equipment from various HVAC brands. Luckily those cases were few; most needed heat pump service and thermostat repairs. I felt better knowing I had helped someone in a desperate situation achieve quality heating for their family. By the end, I had only ten days left. Nonetheless, I felt rejuvenated and ready to return to work though I had worked through my vacation
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