David and I have built a lovely life together.
My associate and I started a successful corporation two years after my associate and I got married; my associate and I raised five charming children; and recently, my associate and I retired to travel the lovely country that my associate and I call home. My associate and I have easily enjoyed our retirement thus far… Trying to adjust ourselves to this current lifestyle was a little weird at first, however it feels pretty normal now. Not having to go into work everyday and be on call 24/7 for our employees and purchasers is truly weird. To help make traveling the country more convenient for ourselves, my associate and I bought a used RV. Having a locale that feels a little more like household than a hotel room is easily nice. My associate and I had no complications with the RV until winter season hit us. My associate and I had run the boiler the previous Summer just to make sure it worked properly, and it did. However when my associate and I turned it on a couple weeks ago, it wasn’t blowing warm air. The fan was particularly laboring because air was coming out of the vents, however it was frigid air. The first thing my associate and I checked was the propane. My associate and I knew that if the propane wasn’t getting to the boiler then there would be no heat, however after investigating that, my associate and I discovered that propane wasn’t the problem. My associate and I ended up calling and HVAC corporation to come and take a look at it. Thankfully, he had diagnosed several RV and camper boilers, so he knew what he was doing. He fixed the boiler within an hour, and my associate and I were so thankful to have heat for the frigid winter season months. Although retirement has been a dream come true, life consistently comes with its challenges no matter what period you’re in.