#1 - Dad
#2 - Ocean research
#3 - Traveler!
if American companies ,oh , like the grateful DEAD for INSTANCE, didn't have store customer service outsourced to some far off land!!!...there are an assload of people HERE out of work....let's try to keep this stuff at HOME fer god's sake!!!
Hit the worcester show last weeknd.. Killer!! Sweet birdsong!!
I work as a project manager for a fairly large telecommunications company. It has been ohhh 14 years- insane- although my passion are those furry ones- I am too darn scared to leave. I am finding it hard to follow my dreams while living in this life of mine. For now i will keep dancing and be grateful for having a job and living the life I do.
I'm a real estate agent in the DC metro area (VA, MD, DC). It's the perfect job for me. I don't have to sit in a stuffy office, the hours are flexible, and every day is something different.
Just got back from the Wilkes-Barre show. I forgot how much I missed the scene. It's good to be back :)
I write. I teach writing. But mostly I mom. I like momming. I get fired and rehired. The days are long. The pay is great. Dandelions any time I want them.
I moved to High Point NC after realizing that not much was going on for me in Staunton VA. Started hanging sprinkler pipe (fire protection) and 6yrs later I started in design. Never thought I would get to spend all day listening to great music.
I am a homeless outreach worker in Boston. I enjoy what I do, and it keeps me busy. I help folks with housing, keeping housing, income ect. As well as reaching out to the homeless on the streets of Boston. It doesnt seem like work most of the time, it seems more like being a head with resources.
"peace is ONLY idealistic to those who believe it to be so"
Peace, Love and Hugs,
I started out wanting and trying to be some kind of an artist. I went to college in the late sixties and...then.. I seem to have misplaced about ten years of my life. I've looked everywhere, even behind the fridge, but still can't find them. I did alot of off beat odd jobs to stay afloat while not trying to get a real job, not knowing, of course that they were real jobs. Reality was never my strong suit. In 1987, I went back to school at UCLA and became a paralegal and I now work in a law office in LA where I act like a paralegal. So far, they seem to beleive me.