No a single told myself and others I could not be an HVAC tech.

So, I am only 4’8” tall & weigh about 73 pounds.

I am petite & nimble, & no a single told myself and others I could not be an HVAC professional.

I was raised to guess I could be anything I wanted to be, but all I had to do was labor hard & continue to labor hard, but that is what I am doing. I created a commotion when I walked into the HVAC class, then not only was I small in stature, even though I was a guy! Men & men were staring at me. No a single looked at myself and others more intensely than the 6’ 6” brawny HVAC teacher that saw myself and others walking in. I slid into a seat in front of the room & listened to every word he had to say, then he kept giving myself and others a look that I wasn’t sure was anger or interest. After class, he asked myself and others to wait, & I asked if he was miserable. My Mom looked at myself and others & asked why I hadn’t told him I signed up for the class. I said that I thought he would try to stop myself and others from becoming an HVAC professional. I knew he would have never done that, but encouraged myself and others to do whatever I wanted. He shook his head & started laughing. He gave myself and others a hug & told myself and others to get back to class. He wouldn’t act care about there was any connection between us, & I didn’t expect him to make any concessions for me. I didn’t want to disappoint him if I didn’t do well, just care about everything else in my life, I was about to face a single more hurdle, & I would do it well.

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