Good luck clay. Tell him that.
Thank you, Trent.
Best of luck to Clay. I'm sure everything will work out for the best. In a lot of ways, I wish I would have taken a few years off before college, could have used the time to grow up. Plus, then when he goes to college and graduates, he will already have some experience. Too many of my friends have lost out on jobs because they don't have experience, but can't get any jobs to gain experience
. Only Clay can decide what he wants to do, but boy am I glad I'm not in his position
As a Florida state employee, you can take "X" amount of classes and be reimbursed. The classes can be anything as long as you maintain a specific GPA. This could be one of the very best things he experiences.
Skipper best wishes to Clay.
I myself am interviewing for a new job tommorow myself. Today I travel to Fort Wayne Indiana to do some trouble shooting at one of thier sites. I have worked with some of the guys before at a different company. The job is to be in charge of building and maintaining 80 + clean rooms for the pharmancy industry through out the US. So when I am not on the road I work from home. So there is a chance you could see me again and I thnk there is one in Peoria and if thats the case I look forward to singing Short People to the spelling police/Bill. I figure I owe this to Bill on account of how much grief he has given me about my spooling!
So your back in the autobody business, I can just see you now talking to the "Yankee Boatyard Owner" about Q cells LOL
You have a mind like an elephant!!! You never forget! You made me chuckle, George. I forgot about that comment.
Clean rooms, huh? Guess you will have to start bathing regularly. I mean, you'll have to practice what you preach. In that case, you'd be welcome to come back for a visit!! I will keep in our prayers, Buddy. Let me know how it goes. BTW!?!??! I thought you owned Chicago??
Good luck on the test Clay!!!
Good luck brushing up on your bodywork skills Scott
Hey, I like super-hot peppers but the flavor is more important. The pickled peppers are great, not too hot to put a handful on a burger, or scrambled eggs and sausage this morning
Ugh... bodywork! I have to figure out how to prep the area for paint. Pics to follow.
Having you say you like peppers is like passing a MAJOR level of accomplishment! I will tell my fabulous wife!
All my best to Clay , I'm sure he will do well.
Scott, I have to say I admire your patience on the tub. Your close to the completion of the Jeep. Sometimes it seems like the small stuff takes the most time. Hang in there my friend.
George, you can stop by anytime. Just don't tell the wife, she will have me cleaning for a week!
Will you come down here and finish the body work for me?? I can't bear it anymore. And keep in mind that Vic won't have to clean on George's account at all. He's liable to clean your house himself! OH, SHOOT!! Put him in the garage!!!
Praying for skillful hands, knowledgable answers, and wise decisions!
Very kind Luke. Thank you, Bro...
Praying for clay! I will go down to the forestry hangar in Tallahassee today and see if anyone knows who is making the calls over there and put in a good word for him!
You're awesome Gido. See if you can get him $50 grand a year too, please?
Kick some welding a$$ today, Clay!!
Made me smile, Matt! Thanks Bro.