...and I finally got to write a story on the Dead! It's about our trip from Florida to see the Dead in Denver earlier in the month and lessons learned along the way. The editor of a local paper here in southwest Florida agreed to publish it on their site. Talk about mixing business with pleasure!
Anyway, it's titled "Lessons from the Golden Road." Here's a link:
I'm hoping to get some more gigs with them, so good, bad or indifferent, if you check it out please leave a comment at the end.
Thanks: Grateful for the gig in Florida...
I work for a small company that makes HUGE batches of salad dressing for supermarket salad bars. In addition, I work in the dairy department for a local supermarket. In ADDITION, I slang.
Keeps the bills paid and the children fed.
Love to all
i work for a nonprofit social service agency. i help poor folks get services they need for themselves and their families. i will never be rich but it's a nice way to make a living.
"Well strange is the story your eyes tell me
And quiet all the few words that you say
So come and hold my hand for you see I'd understand
And remember that the only time is now.."
I answer phones for the PBS station here... and between this and the last job I had, I haven't worked for a for-profit company in over a decade. No wonder I'm poor. But happy, so it is a fair trade.
im a substitute teacher . im actully posting this in class, today i'm teaching esl (english as a econd language) interesting work because i speak very little spanish.
Actually, that's how I make money. What I really do for a living is ride my motorcycle and listen to the Dead.
Well, after searching for years for a job I can actually feel good about, I went to school and became a nurse. I am now working nights as a charge nurse in a long term care center. I never wanted to quit my job touring, but having a child 14 years ago pretty much put a stop to that. In the same year, my daughter was born and Jerry was gone. Luckily she was wble to make it to a few shows in her stroller!
I'm a laborer with a contractor who specializes in ponds and pondless "water features", such as waterfalls and streams and things for backyards mostly. It pays the bills and here in california unemployment is quite high and I'm just thankful to have a job. I love being outdoors and I rarely miss a sunrise. It's also fun taking on a different a different task each day even if I am moving several cubic yards of dirt or lifting heavy rocks. I'm living proof that we "hippies" aint lazy! "We will get by, We will SURVIVE!"
izzie had nothing to do with it.
i wanted to send you a post about unemployement in general,but miss Izzie nuked me,thanks mam........but why the fuck?(as you are the only person to use this word on the net,izzie...i borrowed it again.)