So tomorrow I have an interview with a limousine company here in town. One of Cleveland's top shelf limo companies. I am kind of excited about it I mean I don't really need the job, but when we talked on the phone the guy was really nice and real personable and he said that they like to hire guys to work part time. Infact they said all they hire are CDL holders Class A ,B & C with passenger bus endorsements. So I fit right into that. He said most of his guys are city transit bus drivers and a lot of guys who work for Coke, 7UP and The Beer Distributors. So when I told him I worked for a beer company and now Gordon Food Service he said perfect that's what were looking for. Anyhow I kind of would like to go there to earn the extra money and make the most out of my CDL, but at the same time really interested in learning how that whole business works. Like this isn't some hack outfit either, these guys are straight legit, like I have to take a bunch of classes and go on training runs and stuff. Limo companies hold huge huge insurance policies because it's like the highest risk insurance you can have in Ohio it's anything under 15 passengers has to have a 1.5 million dollar policy on it and above 15 passengers it has to have a 4million dollar policy on it. Any how I know this company and I know where there yard is and they run pretty top shelf equipment, there ship is run pretty tight. What's cool though is they don't force you to work it's pretty much work as much or as little as you like. So just being in the driver pool is cool, pick and choose what weekends you want to work. The company does a ton of weddings, concerts, bachelor and bachelorette parties. It all sounds fine except for the bachellorette parties those scare the living bejesus out of me. In fact those are the reasons the limo industry got rid of sun roofs. Other then that though kind of excited to learn what I can learn, that's what my life is also all about trying to learn as much as I can from where ever I can learn it oh and obviously happiness and resolving to live peacefully.