Diana has been everything from a sales clerk to a peace officer to a Certified Para Legal to even a campground host. When her husband of 12 years came home one day and told her that he was "burned out" on his job of being a Registered Hydrogeologist (he has a Masters degree in Geology) and was thinking seriously about becoming a long hual truck driver she said, "that's nice dear". When he came home the second time declaring the same thing, she thought, "ah-oh, he is getting serious". When he came come the third time declaring the same thing again, they sat down and had a serious talk about the profession (as they knew it at the time) and just what they would have to do as a couple to make his dream come true. They were not rich and as so many other Americans are doing today, they were almost living paycheck to paycheck, which meant that if her husband was really serious about driving an 18 wheeler for a living she was going to have to pitch in and either join him or get a better paying job. So began the beginning of what Diana laughingly now calls "their mutual mid-life crisis".