From Singlewide Trailer to Multimillionaire: How a blue collar worker started an online company with $150 and became a multimillionaire. Reilly Michaels

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From Singlewide Trailer to Multimillionaire: How a blue collar worker started an online company with $150 and became a multimillionaire. by Reilly Michaels
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Bzzzzzzzzzzz, bzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz, bzzzzzzzzzzzz“Oh my gosh! Where are all these mosquitos coming from?!“I have no idea, but they keep biting me! Are they biting you, too?”“Yes!! They are killing me!” I exclaimed, slapping away at the mosquitos.MoreBzzzzzzzzzzz, bzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz, bzzzzzzzzzzzz“Oh my gosh! Where are all these mosquitos coming from?!“I have no idea, but they keep biting me!

Are they biting you, too?”“Yes!! They are killing me!” I exclaimed, slapping away at the mosquitos.Bzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz, bzzzzzzzzzzzzz, bzzzzzzzzzzzzz“What time is it?” my wife asked.It was dark out, the middle of the night. I looked at the clock by the bed. “It’s 2AM,” I answered. “I’ve got to get some sleep. I have to get up for work in four hours!”“I think I have at least twenty bites now,” Jackie said.“This is ridiculous, I’ve got to find out where they’re getting in.” I threw off the blanket and started to get out of bed.Here my wife and I were, in a singlewide trailer, in the Green Swamp in Polk County Florida, in the middle of August.The trailer had no heat, but more importantly for that time of year, it had no air conditioning.

With daily outside temperatures in the high 90s, and the humidity about the same, the inside of that trailer easily reached over 100 degrees. Every day, we’d keep the windows and doors closed up tight until the temperature inside started getting as hot as it was outside. Then, we’d open all the doors and windows, in hopes of getting even the tiniest of breezes to make its way in one side of the trailer and out the other side.Where Are They Coming From?I got out of bed and checked all the windows and the doors, and even though they were old and rickety, I didn’t think that was the mosquitos’ point of entry.

I gave up and went back to bed.My wife asked me if I had found out how they were getting inside.“No,” I said, climbing back into bed. “I couldn’t see any way that they could get in. But I can’t see very well because it’s so dark out, I’ll have to go and look again in the morning.”“Don’t worry about it honey, we’ll be ok,” was Jackie’s response.It was so sweet of my wife to say that.

But we were not ok, at least not that night, as we lay awake slapping ourselves when we felt the mosquitos biting and then scratching when we missed them.The next morning we were both up well before 5 AM- because, as pretty much everyone knows, it’s impossible to sleep when covered in itchy mosquito bites. It was still pitch black outside, but I had a plan to find the spot where the mosquitos were getting in even in the dark.Before the sun rose, armed with a flashlight, I set off on my quest to find out the access point of the swarms of mosquitos.

Since I didn’t think they were getting in through the doors or windows, I decided I would crawl up under the trailer and see if they were getting in from there.Flashlight in hand, I got down on my stomach and wormed my way underneath our trailer. With the trailer sitting less than 10 inches off the ground, my belly-crawl through the dirt and debris (and who knows what else) seemed to take forever. Even though it was not yet 5:30 in the morning, it was already swelteringly hot under there. My sweat mixed with the dirt to create a nice, messy, mud-like solution, which streaked all down my neck and across my face and even got inside my sleeves down the length of my arms.While I was down there, I shone the flashlight at the floor of the trailer.

My wife stood inside looking for the beam of light to come through the floorboards. But even after half an hour of belly-squirming and shining, she didn’t once see even a hint of the flashlight beam. There seemed to be no access point for the mosquitos to get in from under the house.



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