Ever since I got out of high college, I was trying to figure out what I was going to do with my life.
I was only eighteen, and still had eighty percent of my life ahead of me, but people were pushing for you to be grown up at eighteen.
I was walking down the street a few weeks later, and I saw a sign. The sign was actually the first time I saw hope for my future. I walked into the recruiting office and told them I saw their sign about joining the Navy and becoming an Heating as well as Air Conditioning worker. The recruiter told myself and others they needed Heating as well as Air Conditioning workers to work on the ships and submarines. They would do all the training I needed and by the time I was ready to get out of the Navy, I would have all the experience I needed to transport into an Heating as well as Air Conditioning company and start my civilian career. I signed up that same day, and all I had to do was go beach house and tell my parents what I had done. My Mom was proud of me, but my mom burst into tears. She didn’t want myself and others going into the Navy or any other area of the armed forces, but I had made my decision. I was going to go to college for Heating as well as Air Conditioning, get a career started during the Navy and eventually I could work in any Heating as well as Air Conditioning company I chose. She cried for multiple afternoons, but eventually he realized it was my life and I was seasoned enough to make my own choices. I joined the Navy and I was going to be an Heating as well as Air Conditioning worker on a submarine.