About 1991, I was living in a spare room in my sister's house. She was having a difficult time and would soon be selling her house. I had worked so hard and for so long, and I found myself having no money, plus there were rumors of big layoffs in the oil industry. My best estimate was 90 days, and I would have to claim my corner of the I-10 overpass to beg for food. It was an undesirable situation, but it wasn't fair. My whole entire thinking process had to be wrong.
I began writing my autobiography before I started giving my money talk, while teaching safety training classes for oilfield workers, and I wanted to write both books, so I just combined them. This book was written for my children and grandchildren, but if anyone else finds it interesting, then good.
I just don't know why God chose to bless me so much. This book is my promise to him.
Frank Mueller is such a wonderful storyteller. This book is full of the vivid descriptions of the sights , sounds and smells of his life. He brings you right into the journey with him. Very entertaining, humorous and enjoyable.