A funny thing happened today. I was visiting with a guy that is a new administrator for a facility in the area. He asked me what I did, and I told him, he then started quizzing me if I would like to work for them part-time doing basic maintenance stuff. Basic plumbing, painting, etc. He said their full time maintenance guy needed some help, but it would only be for maybe a couple months. He thought like 20 hrs a week, with a pretty flexible schedule. I am not terribly busy right now, and won't be for a while, other than taking care of a few calves (more on that later).
Here is the dilemma: I don't really need the job. If I took the job would I be depriving somebody else of a job they really did need? Surely they have been looking around and there has to be a lot of guys that need the work? The extra $ of course is nice, and maybe I shouldn't look a gift horse in the mouth. I told him I would stop in this week and visit about it. I know some folks there, and they kinda know me, so it probably would be easy to get started with them. What to do?
The only thing I have going on is I bought about 40 calves a couple weeks ago. They made the maiden voyage through the new pens and working facilities. We have just enough wheat here at the house to graze it a little and since it is still pretty dry, I want to get what grazing I can, while I can.