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Hubby went to a local community college yesterday and signed up for a "Heating & Air Conditioning Installer/Servicer" course.... :thumbs:

The course is about 9 months long....

He doesn't like his job he has now and he says he will enjoy this kind of job more....... and he says it pays better too...

I am so proud of him :D:thumbs:

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sister marilyn, as you know i am always in your hubby's corner and admire him for his initiative and work ethnic...you both are very lucky..


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sister marilyn, as you know i am always in your hubby's corner and admire him for his initiative and work ethnic...you both are very lucky..

thanks :thumbs:

Well, good for him!

And yeah - it pays well. And it's not a job that's going to 'disappear'.

Good for him for taking the initiative to make his life better!

yeah, specially here in southern California....

he is one hard-working man, one of the many qualities that I love about him (L)


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WOOOO HOOOO!!!! Tell him we're all proud of him too! I'm thinking of doing something else too...maybe go back into Drafting again.


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Congrats to you both! Going to trade school was the best decision I ever made. I chose electronics and ended up as a factory CNC maintenance specialist. The money is great and my skills are in demand. I am sure your hubby will make a good living from his new skills.

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That's awesome! The nine months will go by fast and he'll be on his way to a new career. Change is definitely not a bad thing and the good thing is that he's doing it on his terms. Congrats and thanks for sharing... Cheers!!!


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Congrats!!! never too old for a new job. I'm 34 and starting a new career. Best of luck


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Congrats!!! never too old for a new job. I'm 34 and starting a new career. Best of luck

well, I wouldn't consider my hubby old :P, he is only 25.... :lol:

He said his first class went good... He said the class seems very laid back.....

the teacher told him the class was about a year...

The teacher has worked in this field for a lot of years and told the class that they can pick his brain...

Hubby told me something funny that happened in his class... the teacher had asked them all what was the most important part of the job (or some question like that) and the answer was "Ducts"... One of the guys in the class then asked, "What are ducts?" :lol:

thanks for all the congrats everybody :thumbs:


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good for your hubby....................i know you are proud of him sister marilyn.......


Peace to All creatures great and small............................................

But when we turn to the Hebrew literature, we do not find such jokes about the donkey. Rather the animal is known for its strength and its loyalty to its master (Genesis 49:14; Numbers 22:30).

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