I never entirely wanted to be an architect, my parents pushed me into it. Back when I was in school, I felt a whole lot of pressure to go to college and my parents did not help with that at all. I entirely had no idea what I wanted to do with our life at that point, but I felt like I had to go ahead and decide although I was only 18 years old. I know that that is the wrong way to go about things, and when I have youngsters I am never going to do that to them! I mean, you’re still just a kid when you are 18 and there is no way to know what your interests might be 5 years down the road! Why spend a fortune on education for something you might not even like in a few years? It just does not make any sense. Anyway, by the time I was about 25 years old, I had developed a huge interest in A/C technology. I had this architecture degree that I wasn’t doing anything with at all, plus I decided to go to a technical school to get our heating and cooling certification. It did not cost me much money and it did not take me much time to get our heating and cooling certification. Now, I am working as an A/C specialist and I entirely like it. I think my architecture degree did not totally go to waste because now I’m thinking of starting up our own A/C contracting business. My education will be helpful with that, I guess.