For a lot of years, I was farming fruits and vegetables. It was seasonal work, meaning that I had to follow the money–or move to where the crops were. I was on a rotation and got used to this life of trekking around the country. It was good for a while, as I don’t have any family to keep me around any one place in particular. But after quite a long time, I got sick of it. I wanted some semblance of stability so that maybe I could have a family, so I got into an HVAC business. Not just consumer grade a/cs, but the big stuff, the massive commercial grade Heating as well as A/C systems used for factories, warehouses, and corporations. This was pretty tough work, with a lot of reloading and unloading of important Heating as well as A/C systems, as well the having to climb up on roofs and into small spaces to install all the ductwork. I was not a certified Heating as well as A/C specialist, by the way, I was just doing the grunt work for the real tech team, but I still liked the job and mostly, the money. The work and pay were way better than my farming job and I was finally starting to learn the trade, which was awesome. Every time I installed or set up a current heating plan or a/c, l gained a little bit more knowledge about them.