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.)
i'm a student....again! but i guess i'm still also a teacher ;)
#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 :)