For years I had been looking for a way to get a career started off and have money to start coming in like I’d always wanted. Well, things finally started to line up for me when I decided to take on a career as a female handyman. At first, the choice seemed like a bit of a bridge too far since no one in my family had ever even attempted to pursue a career in that arena. When I made the decision to do so, I unquestionably surprised most of my relatives; however, I would soon find it to be a worthwhile, wise decision. Oddly enough, my first job was actually for one of my immediate family members. One of my younger siblings was in need of a heating upgrade, and they were looking to have a gas-operated system set up in their old ranch home. Living to please, I appeased and set up the system they requested. It worked fine for the first few weeks, but eventually I had to come back for a service-oriented tune-up. Reason being was that although the unit was in fact putting out heat, it was not doing so to the liking–as in the degree (temperature) of heat–of my sister and her husband. Consequently, I swung back by and serviced the system and got it back running to standard. Initially concerned about my skills since I already had encountered a flawed system so early on, my sister and brother-in-law assured me that the issue was no worry. In fact, they even referred me to their neighbors to help get them set up soon, too.