I never wanted to be a repairman

I wanted to be a dentist when I was a little kid, but the sight of blood made me throw up every time, and for a while, I thought it would be neat to fly a jet, despite the fact that I get airsick very easily. I was sad that I would never find something to make me ecstatic, so I joined the army. While I was in the military, I had to learn a skill. I ended up working as a repairman on heating & A/C systems. Whenever there was a complication in the office buildings or barracks, I was the lady called to repair the heating & A/C system. It wasn’t an terrible job, & I never had to leave the states because there was consistently a need for me at home. I spent 12 years in the armed services & after that I decided to leave the military when I got married. My spouse wanted to have children & she did not want to raise them alone. I understood that I was giving up a lot, despite the fact that I wanted my life to be ecstatic. I had to find a job in the civilian world & the only skills I had was heating & cooling system maintenance work. It was my best shot at finding a great job, & I placed a lot of peculiar applications with local repair centers. It did not take long to find a job, because I had plenty of skills, but hardly any of years after I was out of the service, my spouse had our first child & multiple more to follow. I thought it was going to be strenuous to leave the military, but it was the best edition of my life.

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