I totally missed this thread somehow... Anyways thanks for thinking of me Work is well, but I am still uncertain if I want to make this my career. I know the benefits of working in plumbing but that isn't my concern. My concern is my own interest, this job requires a ton of learning about everything from building codes to the way tools work and stuff. This past week and a half I have crammed so much into my brain it's been hard to concentrate on things... I get that you can't learn everything at once but I think of myself as kind of a slow learner and I don't know how well that goes in this business. I am doing the 90 day probationary period so the company can evaluate my worthiness and I can evaluate theirs.
If I make it past that point and still feel like this isn't for me, I could quit but I don't like the idea of doing that to them. I just don't know yet.
As for my body, I still get sore here and there and not all of my muscles have healed yet but they are getting there. I haven't had to do too much strenuous things as of late but who knows what is in store for tomorrow. I do find that the day goes very quick now, and before I know it, it's 12pm.
Overall everything is pretty overwhelming so I guess I will just roll with it and see if it all kind of clicks in my brain. As far as I know, I am already doing better than the last apprentice, which is nice.
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