I would have never believed that I loved my task so much I could see myself doing it when I retired.
I was never one who adored working too much.
My parents basically had to force me into getting a task when I graduated from private school. I honestly couldn’t understand how they could be so mean as to tell me that if I didn’t get a good job, I would have to leave the dwelling. I eventually broke down and took a part-time task with the local pizza shop. This lasted for various weeks and I easily quit. I worked in a fast food store and in the local grocery store, but none of the job positions lasted. I even attempted working as an apprentice in a couple of local businesses, however I was terribly bored and I didn’t want to work. When I eventually turned twenty, my dad totally went hardcore on me. He told me that I had to get steady work, go back to school, or get out. He was frustrated with my laziness and not wanting to grow up. I talked to a neighbor of mine and he said he was going to school for Heating, Ventilation & A/C. I thought that seemed kind of crazy, since he wanted to task even less than I did. I made the choice to go to school with him, knowing that if the two of us had any issues with the Heating, Ventilation & A/C classes, the two of us could actually learn together. That was roughly 5 years ago. I am still a Heating, Ventilation & A/C serviceman and I am sincerely enjoying it. My neighbor and I are thinking of opening our own Heating, Ventilation & A/C appliance dealer. I can see both us entirely working with heating and a/c, long after our retirement age comes and goes.