He came to my house in West Tampa first before jumping on 275 and crossing the Howard Franklin Bridge
I feel bad for the people taking on overtime work right now and don’t have a choice in the matter whatsoever. When I was a lot younger and had no other responsibilities in life beyond myself and my bills, I loved taking on overtime work because it meant more money in my pocket. I wasn’t adverse to the long hours at work during the week when I knew it would all be worth it once I go to the bar by Saturday evening. But now that I have a family, working overtime is difficult to juggle with my other responsibilities in life. If I need to drive my kids to various extracurricular activities, I can’t be at the office all night being a workhorse for my supervisors. I work a job where I know what my expectations are and that isn’t surpassed by my superiors when they know and understand my constraints at home. If they need someone to work overtime, they have a few guys and gals who are single and happy to make the extra cash. My HVAC technician was servicing my heating and cooling system the other day and said he had seven repairs to complete in Pinellas Park that day. He came to my house in West Tampa first before jumping on 275 and crossing the Howard Franklin Bridge. Now that we are firmly within the summer season, people are calling for air conditioner repairs all of the time. It’s hard for my HVAC supplier to keep up with the demand if their existing technicians are already taxed enough as it is.