There is a lot to be said about being a plumber
. Way back in high school, there was a kid who went to vo-tech, and worked nights for his dad who owned his own plumbing business.
By the time his peers were graduating college, he had been an journeyman plumber for a couple of years and was working on his master.
He also owned a couple of houses and lived in one that he had paid off.
By the time his peers (the ones that made fun of him in high school) got out of law school he owned his own business and had people working for him.
This was 20 years ago. If he wanted to, he could have retired by 30.
He is still working, he has always done new construction so has never had to do the dirtier parts of plumbing, and is
very happy and has been for the last 20 years. There is a lot to be said about being a plumber.
Ann says I HAVE SAID SAME TO MY KIDS