The winter froze us down

After high school I knew my grades weren’t the best, and my GPA was 2.2, which was barely passing.  I was not a dumb student I just was bored most of the time. The school work was easy for me but I just did not apply myself. But as you may know, many students work on things at the last minute and then must hurry to get things done and usually not the best work.  It was my decision not to bother applying to any universities, as I knew I was not cut out for college studies. I thought about trade school but decided to take my first year off from school so I could get some job and life experience. My first serious full time job was working in a huge warehouse, which was pretty brutal – only due to the changing weather. Warehouses tend to be poorly air conditioned and heated, especially the greater ones.  My first warm season working, I lost almost fifty pounds just from working all day in a hot warehouse, which was already an unexpected perk of the job. While it was great to get in beautiful shape from this job, it was entirely starting to wear me out. I hated coming to the job every day, knowing I was going to spend more ten long hours doing intense labor, but what entirely made me hate the job was the cold of winter. Oh man, you can not image how chilly it gets in a huge steel building while I was in the Winter. Imagine working so hard that you’re perspiring through several layers of clothes day in and day out.This feels really awful  Well, I had finally decided that enough was enough for this job when I came down with a severe case of pneumonia. The intensity of the work, combined with perspiring heavily in rapidly decreasing temperatures sometimes below 40 degrees all proved to be too much for my immune system. Once I recovered, I knew I needed to find a job that was indoors with a/c.

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