#Repost @knarlycarl • Knarly Carl Sunday in lieu of Monday
Some people are so impatient 🤣 I have decided to post this since a new milestone has been reached.
Basically I am accountable for the work I do, whereas before, I would simply refer people to our current licensed plumber, if that makes sense.
I have slowly taken the steps to have resources to find the answers I need for a situation that arises. I had the current plumber to fall back onto for answers, but honestly, he gave very little information beyond the immediate situation. That's understandable, but I wished he could have included me in the process of code references and different calculations he did for a better understanding. As it was, I had to figure out where my resources are and how to read the code properly (extremely frustrating when no one helps you understand it). I felt like I was flying blind many times... Like I was just barely prepared for the task at hand.
More recently, though, I figured things out a little more and jumped through the Department of Commerce's hoops and they gave me a little slip of paper that translates to "Now we think you know enough about Plumbing for you to take care of things on your own, but you're still to blame if something doesn't go right, good luck with that"
Anyways, it's a great feeling to accomplish that, and now my name is available to the public.... Gotta watch my back.😜 ➡
Currently, the licensed plumber I worked under is down to 3 days a week here and set to retire sometime maybe in the next year, I'm not really sure.
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